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Does my cat have HIV?

May 14, 2009

My cat scratched a guy that I think might have HIV. When should I have my cat HIV tested? The vet doesn't want to run the test. How do I convince him?


Response from Dr. Frascino


Miss Kitty does not have HIV and there is no need to try to convince the vet to test her. The "H" in HIV stands for "human"! Felines (as well as canines and all other non-human species) cannot contract this virus. See below.

Dr. Bob

purina cat chow Jun 14, 2007

Hi. My cat and I enjoy putting cat chow in my ass crack and have her eat. It tickles and gets me off and fills her up. What worries me is that she may have biten our gay neighbour before doing this. Should i go to my doctor? I heard that cats can have aids. Can my cat get a HIV rapid test done.

Response from Dr. Frascino


Felix uses your ass crack for a kitty bowl when chowing down his Purina???? Oh my, my, my . . . there are just so many things wrong with that that I don't know where to begin. I'm also afraid to ask what he uses for a litter box!

And you're worried about the gay neighbor???? Meanwhile Bootsy is riming your booty? Hmmm . . . the really ironic thing about this situation is that most folks would think if there is a weirdo in the neighborhood it's probably the kinky gay guy. However, in reality it's Catwoman (or is it Catman?). I've certainly heard a lot about folks getting off eating pussy, but the other way around????????

Oh well, on to your question. Can Miss Kitty get an HIV rapid test done? No. The "H" in HIV stands for Human.

Should you go to the doctor? No, you should go to the pet shop and get a kitty food bowel.

Dr. Bob

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