Hi, I was introduced to this list by a friend who is a cat rescuer. I am a newly placed member of the BOD of a local no kill rescue (dogs mostly). We find ourselves in a very sad predicament for which we have no past experience. We have a cat room with 15 cats all infected with feline leukemia.(they are isolated from all other animals) What is the current ethical guidelines concerning this sort of situation? Can we adopt them out with full disclosure to inside homes only with no other cats? Or is there too much of a chance that they will spread this illness on? Bottom line we would prefer that they were in homes but we are willing to allow them to live out their lives in the shelter as sanctuary if necessary. We do not want to euthanize them if at all possible.
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