Are your friends and family allergic to your cat? Do you find yourself willing to date someone with deep-seated psychological issues as long as they don't have cat allergies? If you sneeze so often that people don't even bother saying "Bless you" anymore then this is the article for you! Here are some ways to improve the situation -- without having to send your cat away.
Losing a pet is a terrifying, heartbreaking and desperate experience. Every time I see a missing cat or dog poster I think about it all day, everyday, until I am finally driven to write an article about it. I have scoured the internet for my favorite helpful tips and advice, which I have compiled here along with many links to help anyone out there who may be in need. Take care, and hug your kitty today! :)
Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is a retroviral infection that is a common concern in our pet cats and in feral cat populations. It is a disease that results in an impaired immune system that can effect many body systems (for example causing anemia, mouth inflammation, development of lymphoma, reproductive problems). FeLV is transmitted from cat to cat most often through saliva (including bite wounds or shared grooming), but transmission also may occur through blood, nasal secretions, feces, and milk. The prognosis for infection and development of secondary complications is poor with patients generally becoming ill in months to several years.