Feline Infectious Diseases

Feline Infectious Diseases is a viral infection which may cause severe illness in unprotected cats. Signs include diarrhea/vomiting and the cat will show marked depression. Infection during pregnancy can lead to brain damage in the kittens. The virus is resistant and can remain in the environment for up to 12 months. Effective vaccination is given at 9th and 12th week as an annual booster. Catteries insist on Feline Infectious Enteritis vaccination before boarding.

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    September 13-14, 2017

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