- Aug 21, 2005
- Reaction score
- Chicago suburbs
Wise words, Thank you. We need stories like this as we move forward on how to handle the situation. Hopefully, it will all work out. If not, we'll need to find him another home somehow, which would be heartbreaking for us....
You just want to neuter this guy and give some time for his hormones to leave his body, can be a few weeks.... then they should be fine. I wouldn't worry so much honestly. I would focus more on the care of an FIV positive cat. Since their immune system is weakened he needs to be in top health. Have the vet keep an eye on his teeth and gums bc he will eventually need cleanings and extractions.