Restoring your cat’s ability to fight infection caused by FeLV and FIV.
LTCI is the first USDA-approved treatment aid for cats infected with feline leukemia (FeLV) and/or feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV).
LTCI is immunotherapeutic as an aid in the treatment of feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) infections. As with any new product on the market, it will take time for the new product information to be distributed to animal health organizations and pet owners and updated in literature and websites.
LTCI has passed a formal scientific, clinical safety study in which no significant adverse events were reported.
Yes. LTCI is a naturally-occurring treatment aid and is not synthetically manufactured.
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LTCI is administered by a veterinarian with a simple, painless injection under your cat's skin. In the first month of treatment, LTCI is typically administered at days 0, 7 and 14. Subsequently, it can be administered monthly or bi-monthly, or as needed, depending on your cat's response and your veterinarian's advice. Veterinarians will often treat critically ill patients with a more aggressive treatment schedule.
Response to treatment will vary, depending on the cat's condition and immune status. Clinical studies show that most cats respond in the first few weeks.
In the United States, LTCI is only available through licensed vets. Contact your clinician to discuss LTCI treatment options or search below for clinics already administering LTCI to its patients. Order requests outside the United States can be directed to email@example.com.
When it comes to seeking treatment for your pet, not everyone knows exactly what to say to their local veterinarian. We've provided this downloadable PDF, allowing you to print out the info about LTCI that your vet will understand. Just click on the link below, print out the file, and bring it (along with the order form below) with you to your next appointment.Download
LTCI is available in both 3 and 10-dosage packs, but is only able to be purchased and administered by a licensed veterinarian. You can download this order form, print it out, and provide it to your local vet so they can quickly and easily order the dosage that's right for you and your feline companion. Your new treatment option is just a click away.Download