you've mentioned stomatitis, what is that? no vet has mentioned that? I am in UK so you think she might have a feline herpes infection not FCV?
its very confusing!
we were just told that she had gingivitis (long standing), had 13 teeth removed and needed some more out. should we be worried for our other cat?
why would she suddenly start having URI symptoms is it stress of being rehomes/being near an unfamiliar cat?
re adopted them from a cat charity, they came from different homes, so never met till we brought them home. adopting often called rehoming in uk!
we've been getting them used to each other very slowly but have separated them for the time being, I think you are right , sounds like if the cat just had gingivitis it would be unusual to take so many teeth out? so sounds like our younger cat is not going to catch 'gingivitis ' or stomatitis but might be exposed to FCV or FHerpes virus (he is innoculated) but do you think it was wise to place the older cat with a young healthy one?
Thank you Dr Salkin, yes it would have been, have been very worried as you can tell! Thanks for your prompt answers.