Domestic Short Hair / Mixed (long coat) : : Male (neutered) : : Baby : : Medium
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Jem, Jany, Jaguar, Jedi and Jersey did test positive for FIV. They are Leukemia negative.
We are hoping to find them loving homes are they are very sweet, loving kittens and are healthy. We are looking for homes with either no other cats or a home that already has an FIV positive cat. Although, it is a virus that is transmitted through bite and most cats in a home do not bite, we would not want to risk exposure to a negative cat.
Indoor cats can live a normal, long life with FIV.
The statement below is from the Cornell Feline Health Center. We have had several litters in the past test positive on first test and then all were negative at re-test. We are truly praying these five kittens will be negative.
"Infected mother cats transfer FIV antibodies to nursing kittens, so kittens born to infected mothers may receive positive test results for several months after birth. However, few of these kittens actually are or will become infected. To clarify their infection status, kittens younger than six months of age that test positive for FIV should be retested at 60-day intervals until they are at least six months old."
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Special Needs: FIV positive