So pleased she has reached 2kg and hopefully she will continue to go onwards and upwards
I am sure that Napoleon had ultrascans for his kidneys and bladder and they kept repeating the scans but he was in hospital at the time but am pretty certain he had no GA cos they were dangerous for him. I suspect but again not sure, that its just moving a sensor over the area a bit like with pregnant women.
The article that Rosella put up on FeLv sounds very good and as Mo is a pedigree and you have papers for her, FeLv is unlikely to have come from her breeding and unless she has come in contact with an infected cat, she is likely to be negative.
Please correct me anyone if this is wrong in any way.
However to be certain a test needs to be done and rather than doing it twice, Glasgow should be the first port of call. The article says that false positives can come at the surgery but not false negatives.
What happens if she is definately positive, although I dont think she will be, is very hard because she would have to be a solo cat and not be allowed to mix with others because of the way FeLv passses from cat to cat. The worst case scenario is of course PTS
My thought would be to test first and if the worst happened then to think of what next. Normally and the way the vet seems to be pushing is to think first and if she had been a stray and a moggie, I would have agreed with him but I dont think this is the case, I would put off thinking about it unless necessary.
From the papers you have it usually shows the breeder and you may be able to get in contact and it should show Mo's pedigree name.
I will help to search if you would like and it should have a pedigree number on the papers too which will indicate the status of the breeder.
Did the vet put Mo on any more abs?
Sending loads of cuddles to her and hugs to you