All of these animals are more than their diagnosis and deserve loving homes just like any other cat! Give an FIV+ cat love and care and get more back in return!
How Should You Care for a Cat With FIV?:
Spay/Neuter all FIV-infected cats to reduce the risk of fighting and spreading infection.
Confining FIV-positive cats indoors where possible, and keeping them away from non-infected cats.
Maintaining good quality nutrition – using a good commercial food and avoiding raw meat, eggs and unpasteurized dairy products helps reduce the risk of exposure to parasites and bacteria that might cause disease.
Maintaining good routine preventive healthcare (regular flea and worm control, routine vaccinations etc.).
Ideally veterinary health checks twice yearly.
Prompt diagnosis and appropriate treatment of any secondary or concurrent diseases.