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Lily9 Posts: 40
Don't encourage me :o0 [img:2or1cb33]http://www.spectraphoto.ie/files/site/acs/15889/2006-03-02-16-45-55-689145-1030-201-7998_disp.jpg[/img:2or1cb33] [img:2or1cb33]http://www.spectraphoto.ie/files/site/acs/15889/2006-02-24-08-27-32-684044-5086-4257-2055_disp.JPG[/img:2or1cb33]
Oldbride Posts: 27
Hi everyone Have not been on for a few days, was great to see all the replies. I have decided to get kitty tested and put my mind at ease. I am not getting rid of her even if she has got it but I would just like to know where I stand. I do feel a lot more relaxed about it now and will just take the necessary precautions. I was talking to a friend of mine who has 4 cats and she said that there is no problems there with them and her two little ones so fingers crossed. I will let you know how I get on. Thanks :thnk J
Oldbride Posts: 27
Hi Ladies Just thought I would let you know, I decided to have my kitty tested for toxoplasmosis and it turns out that she does not have it and is not a carrier :o)ll I am soooo relieved. Obviously I will still steer clear of the litter tray do all the regular hygine rituals after playing with her it really is a huge weight off my shoulders. Thanks again for all the replies! :wv J
Sphynx Posts: 6795
Oh I've just seen the other cute photos you posted Lily!!! Too much cuteness!! Think I will ask Santy for a kitten!