That's your opinion only since I know for a fact that mixing my
"well", I prefer negative cats with my FeLV+ Bailey was no problem and
was known and supported by my vet. He was positive at 5 months of age
when he found me until his passing at age 11yrs. For his 11 years he
lived with his 8 house mates, eating, sleeping, playing, grooming, and
yes on occasion spatting and none of them, zero, ever became positive.
I lost Bailey in 2006 and to this day all his house mates are negative.
It's never ok to mix felv cats with well cats. I have been rescuing
cats for 25 years.
happiness is being owned by cats ...
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