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Cats Health

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus damages the cat's immune system, leading to a series of secondary infections that may become fatal. FIV is not infectious to humans. FIV is transmitted mainly by direct cat bites. It is prevalent among cats that are involved in catfights and experience piercing wounds. To help avoid this disease have you cat neutered. See your Vet for further information.

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Ear Mites

Kittens are especially susceptible to ear mites. They not only generate irritation and scratching, but also increase the secretion of earwax. The cat then tends to scratch its ears and shake its head. Secondary bacterial or fungal infections may be created in the ears as well. See your Vet who can supply you with drops to put in the cats ears to treat the problem.

 

Feline Leukemia Virus

Feline Leukemia Virus is a retrovirus that may damage the cat's immune system and lead to a multitude of serious and often fatal medical conditions. The disease can be transmitted between cats via body fluids. Signs of the disease are extremely diverse but include fever, lethargy, poor appetite, weight loss, anemia, jaundice, diarrhea or constipation, enlarged lymph nodes, respiratory distress, excessive drinking and urination. To help your cat from getting this disease see your vet and get a vaccination for it.