Lilly is a short-haired dilute calico cat who is sweet and loving. She came to PALS with five kittens. Lilly was tested for feline leukemia and feline AIDS (FIV, which is not transferable to humans). She was negative for FELV, but was positive for FIV. Due to this, Lilly will need to be adopted as an inside-only cat and the only cat in the house, unless the other cat has also tested positive for FIV.
FIV is a manageable virus that only sometimes causes any symptoms or harm, although the virus can attack the immune system. Cats can have a false positive result even if they carry the antibodies from the virus, so it is hard to tell if they actually have the virus.
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