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As with SLE, cats with DLE should be checked by a veterinarian regularly to assess progression of the disease and to monitor the success of treatment. Affected cats should not be used for breeding. Unlike SLE, the prognosis for cats with DLE is fairly good, since this disease is progressive but not life-threatening and is not common in cats. Those cats that do develop DLE often go into remission, making chronic immunosuppressive therapy less commonly necessary. Moreover, cats with DLE usually feel fine, even though the condition can be disfiguring.