Can a cat with FCV live with other cats?
While your cat tested positive for FCV previously, but if she does not show clinical signs of being infected. Cats with FCV can shed virus and infect other cats for years after showing clinical signs, however the risk of transmitting FCV to another cat is much lower if your cat is not currently showing signs of infection (such as sneezing, drooling, or ocular or nasal discharge). The same is true for bringing a cat who has tested positive for FCV into your home. If you choose to adopt another cat with FCV, it is unlikely to transmit disease to your current cat if it is not showing clinical signs of infection at the time of adoption.