Is Feline AIDS Contagious to Humans?


Feline Immunodeficiency Virus, most commonly called “Feline AIDS,” is a viral infection that affects the immune system of cats. Feline AIDS can spread through saliva and blood, as well as mother’s milk. It can be spread from cats eating from the same bowl or from sexual contact, and it can be spread from a mother cat to her young. Feline AIDS is not contagious to humans or vice versa.
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