Regarding shoes and clothes, do what you think is best. 99% of the time, I remove my shoes before coming into where my FeLV+ girl is isolated, only so I won't bring germs from the outside world in for her to deal with. Changing clothes is probably not necessary, unless you're getting sprayed by something with the virus in it. Just petting the cats, having them rub up against you, and being in the room—those things shouldn't give the virus a way to infect your others. The virus dries fairly quickly. But as I said, it's about doing what you think is best.
On Oct 16, 2013, at 12:29 PM, one23di...@aol.com wrote: > Yes, the negatives were vaccinated. > Since we live in a large, three story house, the negatives on are a separate > floor from the positives. With a staircase and > glass doors between. Neurotically, we also change our shoes and clothes > when going from one level to another. > > > leslie. > > > > > >
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