FIV is not a big deal. No really, it's not. It can suppress the immune system, but most cats with FIV live a normal life with few complications. FIV cats do need to see a vet once a year, but that is true of any cat. FIV cats can also live among non-FIV cats as long as everyone gets along.
If you'd like to make an appointment to meet Bridget or any of the other wonderful cats we have up for adoption, please contact us!
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