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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She also agreed one of the cats had a weeping eye, but after being told tests by a vet showed it had chronic cat flu, she denied the claim.
Cattery supervisor Emma Finnimore said: "When these poor kittens arrived they were all suffering from cat flu - which was quite severe.
Signs that your cat may be feeling stressed include: diarrhoea, vomiting, runny nose and eyes (often known as cat flu), sleeping more than usual, spraying urine on furniture, toileting outside their litter tray, excessive meowing or reluctance to go outside, play or come into your home.
One-year-old Friday was treated for conjunctivitis and cat flu and on Saturday, May 4 she gave birth to a blackand-white kitten.
QWhen AIT'S great that you're getting your kitten vaccinated, as vaccines protect cats against serious diseases such as cat flu, feline chlamydia, feline infectious enteritis and feline leukaemia virus.
Outbreaks can also commonly occur in care homes, cruise ships, schools and hotels, while caliciviruses also cause cat flu in domestic cats, researchers said.
Dental disease: Many cat flu viruses contracted by kittens on the streets of Dubai actually cause tooth damage throughout their lives.
Little Evie was left 'really thin', covered in fleas and with a 'touch of cat flu' when she was taken under the wing of volunteers at Pennine Pen Animal Rescue in Oldham, with her brothers Woody, Buzz and Rex.
Is it just to stop cat flu or are there lots of jabs for a range of ills.
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.