Thank you for the accept!
I'm glad she seems healthy otherwise and I'm praying it all turns out ok. Some cats can have a mildly low wbc/neutrophil count normally, especially is she could have any oriental breeding in her blood line. Difficult to know with a stray...
It may be worthwhile to have the WBC count repeated, and have the sample submitted to an outside lab, and ask the pathologist on staff to review a slide to rule out clumping or lab error. We can see low values with lab errors, but also with clumping from immune disease.
For what it is worth, definitely make sure the FeLV and FIV were repeated at least 8 weeks after the first round of testing, to help rule out early infections. As you may know, sometimes a bone marrow aspirate with an IFA test can be needed to diagnose either disease in some cases, but if the low count persists, this would be the next step to help determine why her marrow isn't producing normal amounts. An aspirate would also help rule out other marrow abnormalities.
I'm hoping it's just normal for her, or possible a transient decrease due to a mild virus.
Antioxidants - especially vitamin C. :) High quality food
- I really like EVO for cats - close to a raw diet, high protein.