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My cat Berry was diagnosed with FIV when he was around 5 years old. He lived a long and happy life to the age of 16 when he passed away due to an unrelated heart condition. There is no reason an FIV cat can't live a healthy, long life and I think my Berry is proof of this. He was kept indoors, he ha...
- Sun Apr 02, 2017 12:34 pm
- Forum: Health and Behaviour Queries, Help and Advice
- Topic: Cat breathing pattern?
- Replies: 3
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My cat is 15/16 years old and is FIV+. He usually eats dry food but over the last few days he hasn't been interested in eating biscuits. He will eat wet food and is interested in most things we eat and as I type he is waiting patiently on the floor while my partner is in the kitchen preparing some f...