I was going to post this in the health forum, but this is more of a discussion on oppinion. I have had quite a few people come in to the vet latley talking about FELV. Lot's of people are not testing their outdoor cats for the disease. They are also not vaccinating because they are not always outdoors. I have been very upset because what they fail to realize is that if the cat has or does contract the disease they are putting other cats at risk. I think that cats who are outdoors should be vaccinated and those who have the disease should be kept as indoor only cats. I know quite a few people who only adopt FELV positive cats and they all live indoors together. I would like to know what others think of this kind of situation.
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1/5/01 at 7:49pm