How do cats get AIDS?

Answer Feline immunodeficiency virus, or FIV, is analogous to the human HIV virus, the virus that causes AIDS. FIV works in much the same manner as HIV in that it attacks and destroys the cat's immune sy... Read More »

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Do cats get AIDS?

Cats can get their own version of AIDS, which is FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus). FIV can stay in a cat's body for many years before the disease progresses. Signs of FIV can include a poor coat... Read More »

If a mosquito sucks blood from a person that has AIDS and then bites someone else, would you get AIDS.....?

Yes, unfortunately... They don't want to scare the public with that information but definitely yes...However they usually stay very close to their source of water they were born in, and live a shor... Read More »

Is AIDS likely to be spread if an injection needle is reused after being used on aperson with AIDS?

If someone with AIDS bleeds into the sink and washes it away, wouldnt everyone gets AIDS?

The AIDS virus dies within minutes of being exposed to oxygen rich environments and temperatures to which it cannot tolerate. I believe your also missing a vital step in water cycling. Water from y... Read More »