cat flu


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cat flu

n
(Veterinary Science) vet science an upper respiratory-tract infection in cats, resulting in sneezing, ocular and nasal discharges, and coughs
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AIT sounds as though Sky has some kind of cold or respiratory infection, such as cat flu.
He was found in a garden in Hartlepool severely underweight and with cat flu.
The five-week-old tabbies, suffering cat flu, were found outside a house in Tutbury, Staffs.
Chronic snuffles usually will start with a cat flu.
With a highly-effective vaccination against Feline Infections Enteritis (FIE) being given along with the Cat Flu vaccination, we have seen a dramatic reduction in cases of FIE and it was easy to start to think of it as a "disease of the past".
THEY could not see due to severe eye inflammation, were barely able to breathe due to cat flu and had flea and worm infestations when they were rescued by Cats Protection.
The cats are all unsocialised and suffering from serious health conditions, including flea infestation, worms, cat flu and eye problems.
Last week it was still uncertain whether or not the kittens would survive as they struggled to fight off a bad case of cat flu and were not recovering from their eye infection.
But when they both turn green during an epidemic of cat flu (known as Killer Kittens), and find themselves locked in a secure isolation ward in a London hospital, an unlikely partnership begins and develops between them.
The most common cause in cats is cat flu and we suggest taking your cat to the vet to find out if this is the cause.
In the future, cat breeding and ownership will be strictly monitored due to the outbreak of the HN51, a deadly strain of cat flu.
We thought it was caused by cat flu, but the vet told us after the operation that it was an injury.