fyi, there is no evidence that FIVs are any less able to throw off FeLV than
are other cats--in fact, FIVs tend to be the healthiest populations in all
sanctuary settings.

while it might not be the optimum arrangement, until there are more places
who are willing to take positive of both sorts in, it beats the alternative
of just killing one or the other group.

i don't know if best little cat house vaccinates their FIVs against FeLV,
but if they do, that makes problems almost non-existent.

Spay & Neuter Your Neighbors!
Maybe That'll Make The Difference....

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