Luna was given up by her family when she tested positive for Feline AIDS (FIV). However, cats with FIV can still live normal, healthy lives, with the same lifespan as any other cat. They can also share a home with other cats as long as there is no rough play or fighting involving bites between the cats. For more information about FIV in cats, go to CatVets FIV page.
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