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    arianne2614
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    We just recently lost our 14 week old kittin Dexter to FIP and we also have a ten year old cat. He hasn’t showed any symptoms but of course I’m worried and we also are getting a new kitten tomorrow an I was wondering if it was a good idea to wait or not. The vet said not to worry about the older cat but I didn’t have a chance to ask he about the new kitten. Please help, I’m a nevous wreck. I cleaned the house as best I could and I am getting new litter boxes and food dishes. Anything else I should do?

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    Lena
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    I have a great article on this blog about FIP, which explains that it is not contagious. Hopefully this is helpful.

    http://pathwithpaws.com/blog/2009/03/06/fip-is-not-a-contagious-disease/

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