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Adopt Lyla a Gray or Blue Domestic Shorthair cat in Madisonville, TN (26517258)

Location:
Madisonville, TN
Description:

Lyla is a exquisite girl who believes in enjoying life to the fullest. She has never met a stranger and can make anything into an enjoyable plaything. She is a whirling dervish of activity and can be a bit messy but it is all part of her lovely charm! Lyla has tested FIV+ but that is no reason to pass her by! She would make a fantastic only cat or would be a good addition to any home where any other cats are already altered. She can live a very long, happy healthy life in the right home. She must be an INDOOR ONLY cat. FIV positive cats can live with negative cats as long all are fixed and not aggressive. Lyla is spayed, wormed, vaccinated and micro chipped...her bag is packed and she's waiting for you! She is a silver-gray DSH about 16 mnths old FIV FACTS: From Bestfriends.org: The most common route of infection is a deep bite wound from an FIV-positive cat to another cat. It can also be transmitted via blood, in utero and from the milk of an infected mother cat. It is very rare for cats to get FIV just from being around infected cats, sharing food bowls, or from a person touching an FIV-positive cat and then touching an FIV-negative cat. Many FIV-positive cats and FIV-negative cats live together in the same home for years without spreading the virus to the non-infected cats. There are no specific signs of FIV infection. FIV-positive cats have a weaker immune system, so they are more prone to getting infections, such as upper respiratory infections, ringworm and dental disease. Other than that, FIV-positive cats tend to live normal lives in a stress free environment and have a normal length of life. FIV cannot be transmitted to humans or dogs. Can FIV-negative and FIV-positive cats live together? Yes, as long as the cats get along and do not fight. The risk of an FIV-positive cat spreading the virus to an FIV-negative cat can be minimized by putting the new cat in a separate rooms until you are confident that they will not fight with each other using the slow-introduction process. Can FIV-positive cats have a good and long life? Yes, FIV-positive cats can live normal lives, both in quality and duration. They just need to be INDOOR ONLY cats, monitored for infections and dental issues. But if they're well cared for, they can be healthy, happy, adorable pets. Feed a good healthy diet, (not raw due to immunity issues with uncooked meat and eggs) an immunity boosting supplement and check-ups twice per year at the veterinarian. https://bestfriends.org/resources/fiv-cats-faqs-feline-immunodeficiency-virus-details
Category:
Cats
Color:
Blue
Sex:
Female
Posted:
September 20 on Adopt-a-Pet.com
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