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We adopted her at a year and a half old. Two months in, she started throwing up a lot. Long story short, we found out she had dry FIP. We were really scared because we hadn't heard of it and the treatment seemed sketchy at best. Luckily in our week to decide to continue, she was ok. Had I realized how dangerous FIP can be, we would have started sooner. We both cried the first time we gave her the injection and she howled. Then it got easier day-by-day and while she never liked it, it got much easier fairly quickly especially when we had food at the ready! She was JUST entering observation a year ago right now and was officially cured in December 2020. She is a delightfully happy cat now. Playful, cuddly, loving, and hilarious.