Category Archives: Feline Leukemia

The FeLV Adoption Center…A Kitty Oasis Is Waiting For You!

 A Guest Post by Kaylee Russell Tucked away among kennels filled with barking dogs longing for attention and busy staff and volunteers scurrying around to help the never ending flow of homeless animals, is an orange door. Open the door and then … Continue reading

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Media Release: Austin Pets Alive! Rescues Cat With Nowhere Else to Turn

Austin Pets Alive! Rescues Cat With Nowhere Else to Turn September 25, 2015 (Austin, TX) – ­​A​ustin Pets Alive! rescued a cat with severe injuries and multiple feline health conditions including Feline Leukemia (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) that … Continue reading

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Snapshot of Your Compassion

You help give second chances to unweaned kittens, puppies with parvovirus, cats with ringworm and dogs that need behavioral support in Central Texas. You believe that no life should  be taken for granted and that the programs at APA! make … Continue reading

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2013 Review: FeLV Sanctuary

This week, the Cat Program is reviewing the Feline Leukemia (FeLV) Sanctuary.  FeLV is a virus contagious only between cats.  This virus can be spread through saliva, mucus, urine, feces, and milk from infected cats, as well as, by bite wounds, during … Continue reading

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