Originally Posted by Sea Ray
I think that's pretty standard for most humane societies as it is not a cheap test. I think it is a blood test. Not every Dick and Jane is trained to find a vein on a kitten.Please keep us posted. With the kind of year our Reds are having we need "kitty" diversions...
Yes it is a blood test. So I can see why a shelter may not do this. I'm sure they can't pay a vet or a vet tech to do this type of procedure either.
I'll keep you posted. Right now she seems like a normal cat. Playing and eating normally. You wouldn't think a thing in the world was wrong with her. Hopefully it will be like that for a long time yet.