Cat Survey Cat survey I am a...*Please select the option that best describes you.Cat ownerVeterinarianNone of the aboveHow many cats do you have?Cat healthPlease select the diseases that you know one or more of your cats currently has or previously had from the list below. Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) Diabetes Cancer Worms (heartworm, ringworm, etc) Kidney disease Arthritis None of the above Which methods of administering medication have you used?Select any that apply. Oral medication: pill, tablet or liquid, directly Oral medication, in food Drops (for eye, ear, or nose) Transdermal gel or patch Injection at home Veterinary-assisted injections None of these All of these Is your cat vaccinated for FIV and FeLV?All or some of my cats are vaccinated for FIV and FeLVNone of my cats is vaccinated for FIV or FeLVAll or some of my cats are vaccinated for FIV onlyAll or some of my cats are vaccinated for FeLV onlyIs your cat currently being treated for FIV?YesNoMy cat was previously treated, but is not currentlyWhich of these treatments do you use for your FIV-infected cat?Select all that apply. Veterinarian-prescribed drug Feline interferon omega Antibacterial/antifungal medications Erythropoietin Special diet Antibody treatment (T-cyte, for example) Other Not applicable What were your reasons for discontinuing treatment?Please enter a brief explanation below.What are your reasons for deciding against FIV treatment?Select all that apply. FIV medication is too expensive FIV medication is not effective The side effects of the FIV medication were too severe My veterinarian advised against FIV treatment I chose to focus on treating secondary conditions (infections, tumors, etc.) My cat has a health condition that makes FIV treatment too risky Other What is the estimated cost of FIV care for your cat(s) per year?$0-$50$51-$100$101-$200$201-$400$401-$1000$1001+For how many years have you been a practicing veterinarian at your current location?What methods of administering medication to a cat would be acceptable to pet owners in your clinic?Select any that apply. Oral medication: pill, liquid or tablet directly Oral medication, in food Drops (for eye, ear, or nose) Transdermal gel or patch Subcutaneous Injection at home Veterinarian-assisted injections Roughly how many cats with FIV do you see per month at your clinic, in total (all vets)?0-67-1415-2425-5051+About what percentage of cat owners choose to treat their cat for FIV infection?0-20%21-40%41-60%61-80%81-100%Which of these treatments is/are typically recommended for treating FIV at your clinic?Select all that apply. Prescribed chemotherapy Feline interferon omega Antibacterial/antifungal medications Erythropoietin Special diet Antibody therapy (like T-Cyte) Other I do not treat cats for FIV If a new therapy for FIV were available that required 8 subcutaneous injections over 4 weeks for long term (>1 year) virus suppression, would you see any value in this over currently available treatments?DefinitelyProbablyNot SureProbably NotDefinitely NotPlease use the space here to provide additional comments or explanations.Would you like to receive further information from us about our progress in developing a new drug treatment for FIV infection?If so, please enter your email below. We will contact you with more information. Thank you for your interest and participation.