Feline Leukemia / Immunodeficiency Virus Test for Cats
Who’s it for?
New kittens or cats; sick cats; cats who go outdoors or fight frequently.
How much does it cost?
Why should I do it & what does it do?
This test is recommended for newly acquired stray or adopted cats, prior to introducing new cats to other cats in household, or at recommendation of the veterinarian.
This test screens for two feline retroviruses, FeLV (Feline Leukemia Virus) and FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). FeLV and FIV are transmitted by close contact with other cats and can result in serious and life-threatening disease. This test requires a small blood sample and will be performed in-office with results in just 10 minutes.
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