Hi all, I hope to get as much information about FIV+ kitties as I can, not only to help me but also to help you. Quick story, my two 17yo kitties are FIV+. It started with the male, his nose constantly had an infection, only one nostril though, the vet thought its cancer. Anyway, I started conditioning tablets years later because no vet knew what was going on. Those symptoms stopped for a while. That, however, didn't last very long, and he got ulcers in his mouth, major inflammation, some teeth were taken out. Later his sister started with the same stomatitis. They were tested the same day, and both were positive. They were both prescribed HIV meds, which is so disgusting not even I can get 1ml in nevermind the poor cat who needs 5ml per day. The vet tries to treat the stomatitis but refuses to pull all the teeth. And if they do, it will cost me thousands, 10k+ per cat. So, unfortunately, I have to search for all information I possibly can to help their immune systems. And I've read a lot. But it's a subject vets don't talk about, or so it seems, to them I understand, they know it's terminal, they know it will not get better, and no one of them wants to try alternative meds. They go by the book, and that's it. I want to go away from fiddling with their mouths, that's why I am trying injections. Currently, I am using Rucenta's Vit B complex, just started the injections, aiming for 2x per week, but I am feeling guilty to inject as it burns. Oral rinse 2x daily (seems to help, they tolerate it) CBD Oil (too early to tell as it takes weeks or months to work if it does) "Recovery" wet food, I am not sure if I am allowed to say the name so I won't, it seems it's got lots of vitamins. (one food aversion I was able to cure) Lactose-Free milk - it contains vitamins as well - and they love it. Valium to stimulate eating if I need to. (1/8th of a tablet is more than enough) Pain medication to make them more comfortable. I also want to start a multi-vitamin injection - but they are very sensitive to taste and food aversions. (to reverse a food aversion takes weeks, months.. if you are lucky). And to find a pet-friendly one without a prescription is basically impossible. I am unable to give them their HIV meds, it's either its horrible taste or it burns the mouth or both. The vet searched for tablets but was unable to find any. Any information, opinions, advice will be appreciated for us FIV+ owners.