To register your kitten

How to have your kittens FCoV antibody tested at the University of Glasgow

 

Breeder’s name

Contact details

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Litter date of birth

Other information

Sue Hewson

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Hertfordshire, UK

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To register your kittens

To register your kittens, send your name; address; phone number; fax number; email address; details of the kittens, such as what breed they belong to, their dates of birth, sex, etc. Importantly send the Companion Animal Diagnostic references of your FCoV antibody tests (these will be 5 figure numbers). I regret that kittens antibody tested by other laboratories will not be accepted on the register since I have no way of validating their results. You can have as many or as few contact details as you wish displayed on the website, though including at least your county and country would be a good idea. You can send other relevant information, for example, you may also indicate whether your household is FeLV and FIV free or what championships the kittens parents may have won.

Send your details either by mail to Dr Diane D. Addie, Companion Animal Diagnostics, University of Glasgow Veterinary School, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61 1QH, United Kingdom, or by email. Registration is free.

Due to the problem with automatic robots spamming website email addresses, I am providing here an address that you can type into your email address bar - clicking on it won't open an email, I'm afraid, it's not linked.

register@dr-addie.com

 

 

How to have your kittens FCoV antibody tested at the University of Glasgow

To establish your kittens’s FCoV antibody titre get your veterinary surgeon to send 0.5-1.0ml blood in a heparin tube to the Companion Animal Diagnostics, University of Glasgow Veterinary School, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61 1QH, United Kingdom. Results will be reported to your veterinary surgeon on the day the sample is received. Companion Animal Diagnostics receives samples from all over the world for FCoV antibody testing – the sample being in the post for several days does not alter a kitten’s antibody titre.

 

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