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  1. ... in humans) or FeLV (commonly called Feline Leukemia which is eventually fatal). They are also more likely to spray urine...

    2 Answers · Pets · 16/12/2016

  2. Yes, if you are prepared for medical expenses and the fact that the cat will have a shortened life span. FeLV+ cats can live with dogs, and other FeLV+ cats. They cannot be left outdoors, and cannot live...

    14 Answers · Pets · 30/01/2017

  3. You might want to check for Feline Leukemia or other diseases that cause bad mouth health

    2 Answers · Pets · 17/10/2016

  4. ...they could get it if they are bitten by another animal. Also feline leukemia is contagious if a cat that has the disease rubs up against something...

    5 Answers · Pets · 09/10/2016

  5. I think leukemia. FIV has a very long incubation time and some cats live a full life.

    4 Answers · Pets · 19/12/2016

  6. The get does these things all the time they said that only because they can't just say oh in 5 days she can come home but no worries she's gonna be fine and she'll probably come home soon.

    8 Answers · Pets · 16/09/2016

  7. ... by law is a rabies shot. Your vet may want to talk you into feline leukemia shots and other shots, but again, the ONLY shot required...

    5 Answers · Pets · 23/07/2016

  8. ...see what they do. Non-Core Vaccines: FeLV (feline leukemia virus). First shot administered at 8 weeks of age. ...

    3 Answers · Pets · 24/06/2016

  9. ... tests for such things as FIP and Feline Leukemia. Cats can be successfully introduced to each other regardless of ...

    2 Answers · Pets · 24/06/2016

  10. ... vaccinations, test negative for Felv/FIV (feline leukemia and immunodeficiency virus), and get a clean bill of health from your vet. ...

    1 Answers · Pets · 24/06/2016

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