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Who Should I Be Testing? Untangling the Mystery of FeLV and FIV in Shelter Cats - Shared screen with speaker view
José Pedro Amaral Leitão
28:54
Hello!
Sandy De Lisle
28:54
Hi George! Welcome!
Sandy De Lisle
29:07
Hi George, welcome!
Jole Da Rin
29:55
ciao from Italy!
Sandy De Lisle
30:03
Alice, can you turn the volume down on your speaker?
Sandy De Lisle
30:26
It should be an icon speaker on your task bar
Ilene Kirby
30:31
Hi to fellow attendees, meowee
Sandy De Lisle
31:13
Welcome, all! We'll get started at the top of the hour!
Sandy De Lisle
31:42
FYI this webinar will be recorded and we will be emailing you the link.
Evelyn Zanella
32:26
Hi to all from Cambria, California
Sandy De Lisle
32:55
Everyone, when you type in chat, please remember to select all panelists and attendees so that everyone can see your comments and questions!
George Habib
33:45
Thanks Sandy, I just didGreetings from Toronto
Sandy De Lisle
34:11
Alice, great!
laura baker
34:37
Hello All!
Sandy De Lisle
35:38
Carol, yes! We are playing music.
Sandy De Lisle
36:26
Please make sure you have selected "All panelists and attendees" when you use chat!
Cheryl Beatty
36:59
nice tunes.
Sandy De Lisle
37:09
Cheryl, I agree!
Sonia Tauzin
37:29
I am thoroughly enjoying the music
Ann Ensminger
38:17
Animal Friends, PA, USA
Sharon Gottfried
38:20
Kauai Humane Society, Hawaii, USA
Brittany Binzoni
38:20
East Bay SPCA in California, USA
Lisa Chassy
38:22
Young-Williams Animal Center TN, USA
Karen Reese
38:23
Operation Kindness Carrollton (near Dallas), TX
Sara Jones
38:23
Collin County Animal Shelter, TX, USA
Evelyn Zanella
38:23
Homeless Animal Rescue Team
janetgilbert
38:24
Humane Society of Portage County, Wisconsin, USA
Vanessa Rabito
38:24
Banfield Pet Hospital, Washington, USA
Melissa Turner
38:24
Chesapeake Humane Society, VA, USA
adam bauknecht
38:25
Madison Cat Project, WI, USA
José Pedro Amaral Leitão
38:26
Portugal, privete veterinarian
Breyanna Cotton
38:27
Yellowstone valley animal shelter
Lori White
38:28
ARPO, Indiana, USA
Ellen Pichler
38:28
Neenah Animal Shelter, Neenah, WI
Pam Peebles
38:28
Thomas J. O'Connor Animal Control and Adoption Center, Springfield, MA
Sonia Tauzin
38:29
Iberia Parish Rabies Control, Louisiana, USA
Leah Massey
38:29
Humane Society of Charlotte, NC, USA
Anna Sims
38:30
Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA, VA, USA
Julie Lyle
38:30
Humane Ohio. Toledo, OH, USA
Tracey Miller
38:30
Hi from Medina County SPCA in Seville OH USA
Melissa Smith
38:31
Chattanooga, TN
Stephanie Koester
38:31
UW Shelter medicine, WI USA
Misty Sumner
38:32
Lenawee Humane Society, MI, USA
Paula Bunker
38:32
Paula Bunker West Bridgewater MA USA
Kelsey Castro
38:32
Starlight Outreach and Rescue, TX, USA
Ilene Kirby
38:32
Tabby's Place: A Cat Sanctuary, Ringoes, NJ
Mallory Offner
38:32
Hillsborough county pet resource center, Tampa, FL, USA
Leslie Krieger
38:33
Mountain Humane x2! :)
Elizabeth Martorell
38:33
Richmond SPCA, Richmond, VA
Todd Burgess
38:33
Toronto Cat Rescue, Toronto, Canada
Stephen Gentilella
38:33
Humane Society for Greater Nashua, NH USA
Jasmine Bryant
38:33
Regional Center for Animal Care and Protection, Virginia
Breyanna Cotton
38:34
billings mt
Kelly DeVall
38:34
scas new york
Patty Collison
38:34
Allegany Country Animal Shelter, Cumberland, Md, USA
Christine Williams
38:34
Rh0de Island Kitten Kits RI, USA
Marnie Brown
38:34
Slinger, Wi
Meghan Wallace
38:34
Stratford Perth Humane Society, Ontario, Canada
Evelyn Zanella
38:35
Cambria, California
Kristen McCann
38:35
Toledo Area Humane Society, OH
Cheryl Beatty
38:35
Capital Area Humane Society Michigan USA
Mary Hitchings
38:35
Freedom Hearts Animal Rescue, WV
Leslie Krieger
38:35
Hailey, ID
Jeff Fortna
38:36
Detroit, MI
Jennifer Wilson
38:36
jen, Central Hospital for Vet Med, CT
Janel Prawalsky
38:37
Animal Health Hospital, Idaho usa
Maylodie Badette
38:37
ASPCA Community Medicine NYC
Susan Moulton
38:37
Plymouth MA several shelters
Shari Crum
38:37
Front Street Animal Shelter, CA, USA
Joyce Caranci
38:37
Animal Protection Center of Southeastern MA, MA, US
Shari Cahill
38:38
Silver Comet AWA ATL GA
Chris Likas
38:38
The Anti-Cruelty Society, Chicago, IL
Lynn Formell
38:39
City of Great Falls Animal Shelter , Montana
Stephanie Johnson
38:39
Animal Protective Foundation Schenectady NY USA
Kirsty Walters
38:39
Vet student at UVLF, Kosice, Slovakia. Work at Woodside Animal Welfare Trust, UK.
Ann Edmonds
38:39
Midwestern University, Glendale, AZ
Nikka Santiago
38:41
pasadena humane California
Kathy Stone
38:42
Kathy Stone Operation Fancy Free WV USA
Colleen Dougherty
38:43
Colleen from Street Cat Hub, Albuquerque
Dr Megan
38:44
Pensacola humane society
Ellen Fuhrken
38:45
Ellen Fuhrken Middleburg Humane Foundation, Marshall VA
Vanessa Porter
38:49
Humane Network, Nevada, USA
Janet Lander
38:51
Animal Allies, Florida, USA
Jennifer Schaefer
38:57
Humane Society of Delaware County, OH
Ann McGrath
39:04
Capital Area Humane Society Lansing, MI
Amber Kennerley
39:08
Hello from Kitten Central of Placer County in NewCastle California
Tommie Volkmann
39:08
Paw Placement Scottsdale AZ
Dr Megan
39:09
Santa Rosa county animal services
Danielle Rutherford
39:12
Memphis Animal Services - Memphis, TN
SCOTT Luckow
39:13
Dr. Luckow Broadway Animal Hospital of Riverdale
Debbie Kozik
39:18
Kitties For Keeps Rescue, Lansing, Illinois
Mary Bird
39:18
San Antonio Feral Cat Coalition, San Antonio, TX
Deborah Weibman
39:27
Deborah Weibman Fishkill, NY USA StrayHELP
Karn Myers
39:29
Karn Myers, FixNation, Los Angeles, CA
laura baker
39:49
Hello from Sussex NJ
Christine Williams
40:10
video is in and out?
Carol Christensen
40:20
Carol Christensen Oregon Humane Society, Portland, OR
Todd Burgess
40:31
Todd Burgess. Toronto Cat Rescue, Toronto, Canada
Pixel 3 XL
41:29
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Joyce Caranci
41:31
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Debbie Kozik
41:32
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Stephanie Johnson
41:32
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Leslie Krieger
41:32
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Misty Sumner
41:33
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Lori White
41:33
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Sonia Tauzin
41:33
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Ellen Pichler
41:33
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Mallory Offner
41:34
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Danielle Rutherford
41:34
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Karen Reese
41:34
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Ellen Fuhrken
41:35
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Kelsey Castro
41:35
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janetgilbert
41:35
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Kirsty Walters
41:36
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Elizabeth Martorell
41:36
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Cheryl Beatty
41:37
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Jole Da Rin
41:38
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Jennifer Schaefer
41:39
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Janet Lander
41:39
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Corey Price
41:39
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Ann Edmonds
41:39
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Ilene Kirby
41:39
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Pam Peebles
41:39
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Ann McGrath
41:39
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Vanessa Porter
41:40
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Julie Lyle
41:40
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Haniah Davis
41:40
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Sara Jones
41:41
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Reagan Johnson
41:42
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Chris Likas
41:42
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Kelly DeVall
41:42
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Jasmine Bryant
41:42
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Breyanna Cotton
41:43
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Paula Bunker
41:43
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Adrian Halley
41:43
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Mary Hitchings
41:43
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Sharon Gottfried
41:43
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Colleen Dougherty
41:44
#2
Roger Helmers
41:44
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Tracey Miller
41:46
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Nikka Santiago
41:46
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Dawn Ushio
41:46
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Meghan Wallace
41:47
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Vanessa Rabito
41:48
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Michele Toomoth
41:48
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Lynn Formell
41:48
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Lisa Chassy
41:49
where did the left side of the screen go?
Todd Burgess
41:49
2
Andee Bingham
41:50
1
Kristen McCann
41:51
2
Jessica S
41:51
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Leah Massey
41:52
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Patty Collison
41:52
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Amber Kennerley
41:53
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Jennifer Wilson
41:55
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stephen quandt
41:55
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MARK ROBISON
41:55
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Deborah Weibman
41:57
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Evelyn Zanella
41:59
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Marnie Brown
41:59
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Dr Megan
42:00
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Aine Doley
42:00
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Anna Sims
42:09
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Lisa Chassy
42:11
somewhere between 1 and 2
SCOTT Luckow
42:11
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Maylodie Badette
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Brittany Binzoni
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Hope Soliz
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Nicole Blades
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laura baker
44:47
ACO and Shelter Volounteer and Foster parent
José Pedro Amaral Leitão
49:37
why there is no abortive infection with FIV?
Sandy De Lisle
50:47
Jose and Yvonne, we will get to your questions at the end! Thanks for asking!
Rebecca Patch
58:13
UK :)
Lisa Chassy
59:17
FeLV Vaccine question… does the first and second for a never-vaxed-before cat have to be same brand…? Just wondering b/c thru our spay/neuter program some owners do get it… and we advise to get a booster and of course the next vet may use a different product.
Brittany Binzoni
01:00:03
Folks in other countries: are you finding less cases of FIV since the vaccine is available?
Sandy De Lisle
01:00:40
I've captured your questions, Rachel, Lauren, Lisa and Brittayt! We will try to get to as many as we can at the end.
Lisa Chassy
01:01:17
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Reagan Johnson
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Elizabeth Martorell
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Leslie Krieger
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Alice Crook
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Tiffany Murphy
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Debbie Kozik
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Joyce Caranci
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Jasmine Bryant
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Mallory Offner
01:01:25
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Sara Jones
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Misty Sumner
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Julie Lyle
01:01:25
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Kelsey Castro
01:01:25
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Roger Helmers
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SCOTT Luckow
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Lynn Formell
01:01:26
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Tracey Miller
01:01:26
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Kristen McCann
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Mandi Nieland
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Ellen Fuhrken
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Todd Burgess
01:01:28
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Jole Da Rin
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Cristina Alarcón
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Shari Cahill
01:01:28
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Kelly DeVall
01:01:28
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Chris Stirn
01:01:29
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Melissa Lacey
01:01:29
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Melissa Smith
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Jennifer Schaefer
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Ellen Pichler
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Kirsty Walters
01:01:30
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janetgilbert
01:01:30
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Marnie Brown
01:01:31
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Rebecca Patch
01:01:32
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Michele Toomoth
01:01:32
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Brittany Binzoni
01:01:32
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Jamie Scotto
01:01:33
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Pam Peebles
01:01:33
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Meghan Wallace
01:01:33
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José Pedro Amaral Leitão
01:01:33
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Lori White
01:01:33
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Christy Thompson
01:01:34
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Leslie Gallup
01:01:34
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Janet Lander
01:01:34
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Francisco Cabello
01:01:34
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Cheryl Beatty
01:01:35
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Nikka Santiago
01:01:35
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Melissa Turner
01:01:35
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Vanessa Rabito
01:01:35
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Ginny Greene
01:01:36
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Paula Bunker
01:01:36
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Danielle Rutherford
01:01:36
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Dawn Ushio
01:01:37
5
Pamela Butscher
01:01:37
#3
Patty Collison
01:01:37
1
Corey Price
01:01:37
1
Evan Cavert
01:01:37
1
Andee Bingham
01:01:39
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Colleen Dougherty
01:01:40
4
Evelyn Zanella
01:01:40
1
Sharon Gottfried
01:01:41
5
Ann McGrath
01:01:41
1
Sonia Tauzin
01:01:41
3/4
Leah Massey
01:01:42
1 in shelter, 5 for TNR
Kristen Nolan
01:01:43
2
Amber Kennerley
01:01:43
4
Courtney Sombers
01:01:44
1
Tommie Volkmann
01:01:47
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Aine Doley
01:01:50
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Amber Simmon
01:01:51
We test all cats at intake or when they're processed before they hit open cage rooms.
Stephen Gentilella
01:01:53
2
Anna Sims
01:01:53
2
laura baker
01:01:54
1
Shelley Blessing
01:01:55
1
Ilene Kirby
01:01:56
1
Maryanne Bell
01:01:59
1
Amber Simmon
01:02:01
1
Pat Brayer
01:02:01
4
Breyanna Cotton
01:02:01
4
Lianne Soucy
01:02:06
1
Haniah Davis
01:02:18
SNAP test for felv only. Unless prompted to do so otherwis for diagnostic purposes.
Jeff Fortna
01:02:20
1
George Habib
01:02:27
Only testing those we suspect and who APPROVES FIV/FelV combo for financial reasons
Kristen Smith
01:02:49
1
Lisa Chassy
01:02:51
for our public spay neuter program we combo test when owners request it.
Kristen Smith
01:03:02
1
Karn Myers
01:03:13
Don’t test feral/homeless cats. Will test for pets if client asks for.
Anne Kimmerlein
01:08:25
Are kittens or adult cats more likely to have an abortive FeLV infection?
Cristina Alarcón
01:09:03
what is % of cats that become abortive?
Kelly DeVall
01:09:24
1%
Leslie Gallup
01:09:32
1%
Jeff Fortna
01:09:34
2-3%
Elizabeth Martorell
01:09:35
5%
Patty Collison
01:09:36
3%
Leslie Krieger
01:09:38
unknown but low
Andee Bingham
01:09:39
Less than 1%
Lori White
01:09:39
1-3
Pat Brayer
01:09:40
15% FeLV, 1% FIV
Amber Simmon
01:09:40
2-3%
Mallory Offner
01:09:41
3-4%
Stephen Gentilella
01:09:41
super low. probably < .5%
Melissa Smith
01:09:41
1.5%
Lianne Soucy
01:09:42
We had a mom cat that tested negative on the snap, on the IFA but positive on the CPR
Alice Crook
01:09:43
quite low, except in new colonies sometimes
Pamela Butscher
01:09:43
1%
Debbie Kozik
01:09:43
We are a smaller rescue, but maybe 1 cat per year at most
Michele Toomoth
01:09:43
1%
Angela Ivey
01:09:45
than 1%
yvonnelangworthy-swanson
01:09:45
5%
Corey Price
01:09:45
less than 3%
Lisa Chassy
01:09:45
2-3% i think (forgot just ran stats
Ginny Greene
01:09:45
FIV 2-3%, FeLV 1%
Paula Fierros
01:09:46
1%
Misty Sumner
01:09:48
2-3%
Danielle Rutherford
01:09:48
unknown, but low
Chris Stirn
01:09:48
2%
Janet Lander
01:09:50
.05%
Roger Helmers
01:09:50
1%
José Pedro Amaral Leitão
01:09:53
as negative tests are not "surely negative", should we perfom 2 separate tests a few weeks apart before vaccinating for FeLV?
Breyanna Cotton
01:09:54
2 cats
Joyce Caranci
01:09:55
low, with FeLV less than FIV
Sara Jones
01:09:57
very little. 3-4 a year
Evelyn Zanella
01:10:02
probably less than 1%
Leah Massey
01:10:02
3-5 cats a year
Brittany Binzoni
01:10:04
very low, we only have 1 FIV cat currently in our care
Karn Myers
01:10:06
Very low
Kristen Smith
01:10:08
1
Colleen Dougherty
01:10:14
2
Todd Burgess
01:10:24
very low
Cristina Alarcón
01:10:28
2%
Evelyn Zanella
01:10:44
we currently have 2 FIV+ & they are in a community room with FIV-
Melissa Lacey
01:10:49
FeLV prob <1% FIV 2-3%
Osi Kaminer
01:13:35
I'm doing TNR so not testing feral, but testing friendly that are going to be adopted (sorry, I missed the slide, not sure which # it fall under)
Evelyn Zanella
01:16:34
would you recommend retesting the FIV neg cats that are on a community room with FIV pos.
José Pedro Amaral Leitão
01:18:56
negative results are still results and i think having a lot of negative tests do not diminish the value of the test. It simply reflects the "real" prevalence of the disease. If we only test suspected/high risk cats, we are artificially increasing prevalence. Can you please commnet on my thoughts? thank you
José Pedro Amaral Leitão
01:19:35
meaning, not only positive tests are valuable
Lianne Soucy
01:19:56
Are FIV and FeLV transferred through mating?
Anne Kimmerlein
01:22:03
Jose- you are not wrong. However, what she is suggesting is selecting the population to test in order to maximize the test population prevalence, thereby increasing the specificity and sensitivity of the test itself. Test sensitivity and specificity is directly related to the population prevalence. So, yes, you are artificially increasing the prevalence, but you have to keep in mind that the population you are testing does not represent your shelter population as a whole
Alice Crook
01:22:26
why test low risk owned cats? What will be recommended according to the results?
Lisa Chassy
01:22:30
…so then what does the family DVM do with a positive FeLV result…?
Jeff Fortna
01:23:15
Do you believe ASV will alter their position statement on testing ALL cats?
Anne Kimmerlein
01:23:33
How do you deal with individually housed, low risk cats in a shelter that then may be adopted into a household with other cats?
Pat Brayer
01:24:22
Our highest number of FeLV positive kittens have been born outdoors to feral cats.
stephen quandt
01:24:24
Regarding optional testing, what about adopters who want to know the result before adopting, and may be upset if they later find out a cat is positive?
Michele Toomoth
01:24:26
What about cats that are not returned to the same area and relocated?
Kelly DeVall
01:24:54
yes
Lisa Chassy
01:24:55
2
Melissa Smith
01:24:56
2
Corey Price
01:24:56
2
Kirsty Walters
01:24:56
3
Kelsey Castro
01:24:56
1
Tracey Miller
01:24:57
2
Lynn Formell
01:24:57
4
Meghan Wallace
01:24:58
2
Reagan Johnson
01:24:58
3
Joyce Caranci
01:24:59
3
Debbie Kozik
01:24:59
2
Brittany Binzoni
01:24:59
2
Todd Burgess
01:25:00
2
Lori White
01:25:00
Yes
Mallory Offner
01:25:00
3
Misty Sumner
01:25:00
3
Amber Kennerley
01:25:00
2
Melissa Turner
01:25:01
2
Courtney Sombers
01:25:01
2
Pat Brayer
01:25:02
3
Haniah Davis
01:25:02
3
Amber Simmon
01:25:02
3
Tiffany Murphy
01:25:02
3
stephen quandt
01:25:02
Yes
Ginny Greene
01:25:02
2
Chris Stirn
01:25:03
2
Julie Lyle
01:25:04
3
Ilene Kirby
01:25:04
3
Lisa Chassy
01:25:04
(rarely FeLV)
Jole Da Rin
01:25:04
3
Courtney Sombers
01:25:04
2
Anna Sims
01:25:05
3
Lisa Bahr
01:25:05
3
Elizabeth Martorell
01:25:06
3
Pam Peebles
01:25:06
2
Ellen Pichler
01:25:07
3
stephen quandt
01:25:07
3
Jeff Fortna
01:25:07
2
Aine Doley
01:25:07
3
yvonnelangworthy-swanson
01:25:07
3
Haniah Davis
01:25:07
3
Nikka Santiago
01:25:08
2
Danielle Rutherford
01:25:08
3
Jennifer Schaefer
01:25:08
4
Leslie Krieger
01:25:09
2
Breyanna Cotton
01:25:09
5
Janet Lander
01:25:09
4
Lori White
01:25:09
3
Patty Collison
01:25:09
4
Sharon Dulin
01:25:10
3
Evelyn Zanella
01:25:11
3
Lianne Soucy
01:25:11
We had moms that tested negative for FIV and another that tested neg for FeLV at time of intake. When we had their kittens tested the kittens of one of the moms tested FIV + upon retesting mom she was positive. The other litter of kittens when tested were all positive for FeLV mom still snapped neg and IFA neg for FeLV but + in the CPR.
Paula Bunker
01:25:11
3
Sonia Tauzin
01:25:12
2 felv go to rescue
Jasmine Bryant
01:25:12
2
Kristen Nolan
01:25:12
3
Michele Toomoth
01:25:13
2
Pamela Butscher
01:25:14
3
Osi Kaminer
01:25:14
3
Ellen Fuhrken
01:25:14
2
Kelly DeVall
01:25:16
3
Rebecca Wolf
01:25:16
3
Cristina Alarcón
01:25:17
4
Shari Cahill
01:25:17
3
Cindy Lu
01:25:18
3
Kristen Smith
01:25:18
4
Paula Fierros
01:25:20
1
Sharon Gottfried
01:25:26
5
Maryanne Bell
01:25:26
1
Karn Myers
01:25:26
We are not a shelter or adoption agency. We are a spay/neuter clinic only.
Harriet Blanton
01:25:28
2
Melissa Lacey
01:25:30
2 but working on 3
Shaunna Ward
01:25:33
3
Lianne Soucy
01:25:37
3
Dawn Ushio
01:25:44
Now 5, 2 when we did test
SUZANNE ZIMMERLY
01:25:57
3
Kelsey Castro
01:26:51
The animal control facility our rescue works with euthanizes all positive cats (FIV and FeLV), but our rescue is working to change that
Lianne Soucy
01:27:32
We do confirmatory testing for FeLV cats and kittens
Lisa Chassy
01:29:14
How do we re-program community veterinarians to this paradigm shift for placement & testing?
Kelsey Castro
01:30:49
I second Lisa's question - the vets we work with have a history of giving "worst case scenario" information to adopters who have adopted a cat who tests positive
Brittany Binzoni
01:31:57
I would love more information from other organizations that adopt out FelV + cats and kittens
Todd Burgess
01:32:01
We had a recent adoption surrendered due to a positive FeLV test. We did a PCR test and the cat was negative
Pat Brayer
01:32:18
Confirmatory tests can be wrong
Paula Bunker
01:33:26
I have double posiive cat now on a snap test but is ifa negative
Lianne Soucy
01:33:28
We have actually seen an increase in both FIV and FeLV cats brought in from outside. Friendly strays, abandoned cats, pregnant moms and kittens. Why is this happening?
Reagan Johnson
01:33:50
@brittany — email me at rjohnson@hstc1.org and I can chat with you about our program! It’s small and new but we might be able to help :)
Pat Brayer
01:35:46
@brittany - email me at pbrayer@hssaz.org. We have 3 programs available for FeLV and FIV positive and exposed kittens and cats
Lisa Chassy
01:37:32
is it possible to save this chat…? for email addresses provided above?
R White
01:37:37
What are the chances of transmitting Felk between cats in kennels when the staff aren't washing hands between cleaning cats and their litterboxes, bowls (the same box and bowls go back into the same kennel)...?
Alice Crook
01:38:08
Thanks - that was great!!
Lianne Soucy
01:38:11
The AAFP guidelines do recommend that infected cats not be place back outside or allowed to roam outside. How does this fit in with the recommendations not to test TNR cats?
Lisa Chassy
01:38:21
So what are the highest risk categories….
Lisa Chassy
01:38:28
just symptomatic cats...?
Mary Hitchings
01:38:28
Thank you! Great information.
José Pedro Amaral Leitão
01:38:28
thnak you!
Brittany Binzoni
01:38:33
thank you!
José Pedro Amaral Leitão
01:38:35
great session
Debbie Kozik
01:38:36
Thank you
George Habib
01:38:37
Thanks
Cristina Alarcón
01:38:44
thak you so much for the information
Todd Burgess
01:38:46
Thanks for an informative sessiob
Kirsty Walters
01:38:47
Thank yoU!
Jennifer Wilson
01:38:49
thanks!
Deborah Weibman
01:38:51
thank you!
Rebecca Wolf
01:38:53
Thank you ♥
Dawn Cowhey
01:39:59
Thank you for taking this important time to provide us with updated information on FIV and FELV