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January, 17, 2017

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TAIPEI, Taiwan -- This undated photo provided by the National Veterinary Hospital (全國動物醫院) shows two cats together. Doctor Tseng Chih-hao (曾志浩) urged people not to abandon pet cats that are infected with feline immunodeficiency virus, which can progress into feline AIDS. Tseng said many cat owners are terrified when informed that their cat has been infected with the virus. But feline immunodeficiency virus is transmitted among cats — primarily through fights — and can't be passed on to people, Tseng said.









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