Re: newb.. and need advice on cleaning
FeLV is able to remain viable outside the body for many weeks if not treated with disinfectants. It's rare that it happens and is transmitted, but there is a remote possibility. Kittens are more susceptible than adults, so if you get another kitten the risk is a little higher. It's transmitted via saliva and litterbox. Personally I would buy new dishes and litterbox. Then clean any areas where she may have vomited, pooped or drooled with disinfectant...get all hard surfaces in the house (floors, side of cabinets, table legs etc.), spray lysol on soft surfaces like furniture. If she had any cloth she used to suck on, I would dispose of it is possible or clean really well. Also make sure to disinfect or replace any kitty beds. It may be a bit of work, but worth it to ensure the new kitten isn't at risk at all.
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