can kittens have FelV/FIV if parents are negative?

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Answered: Why should parents be given joint custody?

Unless there is some reason for NOT awarding joint custody - such as being un-fit - or homeless - or unemployed - or an alcoholic - or a druggie - or abusive, etc. then joint custody is awarded so each parent shares in the responsibilty of raising the child - & so the child would have as stable as ...

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Oh yeah. Many cat breeds develop white stripes on their backs. It's normal.

Answered: What does the term infinity mean with a step parent and step child?

I would imagine it means the same thing with a step child as it would with anyone. And it's not a term, which is two or more words spoken as a colloquial idiom.

Answered: Does anyone here have a kitten from the humane society?

Yes, I have gotten kittens from the Humane Society before, gotten 3.
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Fiv feline aids

I was in a very similar situation I rescued a stray cat that was abandoned and this cat tested positive for feline aids and leukemia. I wrote several article on the topic and a blog for my FIV and FeLv cat. I know my blog and articles will help you, as I have four other healthy cats and I choose ...

Kittens that are sick

It is very much similar to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SID). A fading kitten may appear within 24 hours to 9 days after birth. The symptoms include a loss of interest in nursing, the kitten remaining small. The kitten gets cold, dehydrates and her/his blood circulation starts to fail.

Why does my kittens lose their hair????

How old are the kittens? Are they doing any scratching of their skin? Do you live in a warm climate or has spring already arrived? If you have taken them to a vet and they have been cleared medically for parasites and worms, then there are other options, but I need more information first.

Fading kitten syndrome

Among the common symptoms include a loss of interest in nursing, the kitten remaining small. The kitten gets cold, dehydrates and her/his blood circulation starts to fail.