Question by psycho_chick_1990: Can feline aids be passed from house cat to house cat?
One of our already present cats has feline aids and I wanna get another kitty but i’m afraid that it’ll get it fromt he other cat. Is that possible from just having mutual contact?
Answer by Zach Attebery
Feline aids, is mostly spread by biting, or just simply scratching another animal, and by its saliva, So it probably is possible to spread it very easily to the kitten, if the cat with aids licks the other animal or bites/scratches him/her the kitten can then get it, so it might not be the best idea to get another kitten, due to the high transmittable rate of it.
ask your vet if theres anything you can do have another kitten around a cat that has aids, that is what i suggest, just look up a vets number in the phone book, or look up a number online so you can call them, possibly get another cat with the same infection so theres not bad outcome?
hope this helps.
best of luck =]
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