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  1. I think that feral colonies are the most at risk for having a spread of FIV infected cats. Until the colony is managed, male territorial fighting is frequent.
    But, even after coming under caretaker management, the remnants remain. I wish that all community cats could be tested, but it’s not feasible due to the expense.
    As all know, I have socialized, kept, and homed many semi-ferals. Princess, one that I have kept and have had for 5 1/2 years now, tested positive not too long ago. She still has bouts of infections but is OK today.
    I remember your article as to whether FIV positive cats should live among others. At that time, my Princess was newly diagnosed. The answer to the living situation is, ofcourse, yes.
    https://pictures-of-cats.org/can-fiv-positive-cats-live-with-other-cats.html

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