My foster mom tells me that I am FIV positive, but she doesn't worry because she tells me there are many studies that show that kitties that are FIV positive can be around other kitties that are FIV negative!
FIV can only be transmitted when an infected kitty bites another and breaks skin, and that kitties who share bowls or litter boxes can not transmit it through those means. Isn't that great news?! That means I can have other kitty friends who get along with me!
I would make a great companion for anyone who will love me, and will show my appreciation daily!
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