Spay/Neuter all FIV infected cats to reduce the risk of fighting and spreading infection.
Confine FIV+ cats indoors where possible, and keeping them away from non-infected cats.
Maintain 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.
Maintain good routine preventive healthcare (regular flea and worm control, routine vaccinations etc.).
Ideally attend veterinary health checks twice yearly.
Promptly diagnose and provide appropriate treatment of any secondary or concurrent diseases.
How Should I Care for a Cat with FeLV?
Always follow your vet's recommendations.
Monitor your cat closely and be mindful of red flag symptoms, like lethargy, loss of appetite, and fever.
Keep up with veterinary visits and preventative care such as deworming, flea control, and vaccines.
Keep a low stress environment.
Provide a high-quality, nourishing diet.
Keep your cat's items and areas clean.
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