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By Donewiththis - / Tuesday 21 June 2016 05:35 /
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By  mnshdw818  |  3

Your in-laws sound perfectly logical. Evaporation is clearly a myth formulated by the illuminati. You should be grateful for their supreme wisdom. On a serious note- I'm sorry about your cat.

By  Welshite  |  39

Uh duh. Aliens are the source of all our problems. Like stealing only the left socks and making those creepy house noises at night. They're infiltrating the world!

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By  Welshite  |  39

Uh duh. Aliens are the source of all our problems. Like stealing only the left socks and making those creepy house noises at night. They're infiltrating the world!

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  chrisbeaudoin  |  26

You have a left and right sock? Mine the same either way

By  mnshdw818  |  3

Your in-laws sound perfectly logical. Evaporation is clearly a myth formulated by the illuminati. You should be grateful for their supreme wisdom. On a serious note- I'm sorry about your cat.

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  Welshite  |  39

Evaporation is about as real as evolution. Everyone knows water originates from the tears of God, and that thunder is him coughing when he's sick. He must get colds often...

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  _Desiderata_  |  9

"FIV stands for feline immunodeficiency virus. It is a lentivirus, the same class of virus as HIV. FIV, which can live in many different tissues in cats, typically causes a weakening of the cat's immune system."

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Somebody wants to be a veterinarian!!! Or is one already. Or knows how to work the shit out of Google. Lol

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#7 is correct. I'll also add that similarly to HIV, being FIV positive alone isn't much of an issue. It's FIP, which is sort of the feline equivalent to AIDS, that really creates problems.

By  ragnarok1540  |  36

It sounds like the aliens weren't satisfied with stealing just pool water and have moved onto stealing brains ... assuming that your in-laws had any brains to begin with! Sorry to hear about your cat. There are immunomodulator therapies available though I don't know much about the cost. Good luck.

By  larathedemondog  |  16

I'm so sorry, OP. My cat, Theo, passed away due to FIV induced FIP five years ago. Everybody handles pet illness differently, but one thing that helped me was making sure I was as hands-on as possible with his treatment. I know the diagnosis can be overwhelming. Please know, however, that many FIV positive cats live 9 long, happy lives. If your kitty does take a turn for the worse, do your best to fully appreciate the time you have left with him/her. It sounds obvious, but when my lab got sick, being present rather than worrying about her future was hard for me. Best of luck

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