Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) are contagious, diseases in cats
Cats that go outside are at increased risk for exposure to FeLV and FIV
Testing for FeLV and FIV should be done by a reputable breeder before offing kittens for sale
Always consult a qualified Licensed Vet or Feline Specialist to diagnose,
treat and care for your Persian cat - information provided is for you to take
the steps to acquire a Persian cat from a reputable breeder
Any illness or diseases a cat may have or show signs of should be seen
by your Vet and if needed referred to a Feline Specialist !
Happy Paws !
FIV and FeLV
TinyPersians test and pay for Feline FeLV and FIV blood work testing and lab results
before a Persian kitten or cat departs
You will receive written medical documentation indicating the test is negative for leukemia virus (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV)
Cats departing for adoption will be negative,
however, the new home may be responsible for testing their Persian
if the customer has received
discount or the Persian was given to them
Please test your Persian if discounted to receive " Our Warrantee "
ASK ABOUT OUR RETIRED BREEDERS
TinyPersians covers the testing
for all Persians that depart at the list price