An outdoor cat, on the other hand, should be vaccinated against all of the above, and the owner may even want to consider other vaccines, including Chlamydia, ringworm and Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP).
It is also important to make sure both cats have been tested for FIV, FELV, FIP.
Feline infectious peritonitis is also known as FIP.
However, the infection progresses into FIP in a small percentage of cats.
Some cats may even live for years without developing FIP.