Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) is a slow-acting virus that can severely weaken a cat’s immune system. Many cats may not show symptoms for years and can live long, healthy lives, however the virus can make infected cats susceptible to secondary diseases. Navigate through this site to learn more about the virus, what signs to look for in your cat, and how to treat and prevent the disease.
Signs & Symptoms
FIV does not have a specific set of symptoms that set it apart from other diseases.
FIV can leave a cat susceptible to many other secondary diseases. Learn how to treat the symptoms and other resulting illness that may occur.
The good news about FIV? It can be prevented! Learn about how the virus is spread and the many ways that you can prevent your cat from contracting the disease.
There are a lot of misconceptions about FIV or the …