Dear Catster reader,
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FIP/FeLV In Multicat Households?
Okay so meowmy\'s roommate just brought home two new cats with just 24hrs notice. These guys look terrible. They are so dirty and smell like a litterbox. They had them in the garage cause it was pouring rain.(Which leads me to believe they were strictly outdoors.) When ask about vet records they couldn\'t even give a clinic name, just that the female was spayed(closer inspection shows that she most likely had a recent litter) and the male hadn\'t been neutered cause he hadn\'t dropped yet.(these appear to be adult kitties) They didn\'t think they had had any shots. So question is how feasible is it to have FIP/FeLV+ cats in a - household? I have been very lucky and never had do deal with this type of situation before. I have them in quarantine on the other end of the house. I got out the vet grade disenfectant. I have not gotten them tested yet as I\'ve only had them for a few hours, but I would like to prepare myself if they do come back +
P.S. Sorry this is so long. I wanted to give a good background.