Has your Aegean cat been diagnosed with FeLV (Feline Leukemia Virus)? If so, talk with your vet to find out what you can do to help keep your cat healthy and promote positive quality of life. In some cases, cats that develop FeLV related anemia, lymphoma or other cancers are susceptible to other diseases due to a suppressed immune system. If your Aegean has tested positive for FeLV talk to your vet about treatment and management options. Your vet will most likely suggest a new diet for your Aegean to help prevent secondary infections. Because your cat’s immune system has been compromised she is more apt to contract additional viruses, infections and other diseases. You will need to provide her with a nutritional diet that is free of raw meat, eggs and unpasteurized dairy products as these may harbor bacteria and parasites. Consult with your veterinarian services Carmel, IN to learn more.