How does a cat get FeLV? Kittens born to FeLV-positive mothers are at high-risk of contracting the virus. Cats can also get FeLV from regular,
How does a cat get FIV? Cats usually get FIV through a deep puncture wound from a FIV-positive cat. It is also possible for a kitten to get FIV
Coal joined us in January from the euthanasia list of a local municipal shelter. He’s a senior guy and had been tagged as FIV+. His lower
“Community cat” is an umbrella definition that includes any un-owned cat. These cats may be “feral” (un-socialized) or friendly ones that
We considered the limits of our responsibility for a street cat and Bestia’s pain. ... but throughout all our ethical considerations was the nagging
Organizations like Alley Cat Allies and Friends For Life have long been proponents of TNR (trap-neuter-return) efforts. Friends For Life does this in
Ideally, feral cats should not be relocated from their territory. Unless they are threatened or their environment is in danger, the best place for
“What we do as feral cat caretakers and advocates is not easy. But we do it because we care — because we love cats. There is a lot of fear around FIV.