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Feline leukemia, unlike leukemia in humans, is not a form of cancer, but rather, a viral infection. Learn everything you need to know to keep your cat safe.
Feline leukemia is a virus that damages the immune system. It is caused by the transfer of the retrovirus from one cat to another through food bowls or litter boxes.
Since Feline Leukemia results in such a slow deterioration, it may be tough to notice any symptoms for months, or even years. Here is what you need to know in order to keep you eye out for FeLV, or cat leukemia.
When it comes to treating feline leukemia, some veterinarians have opposing opinions. Here's what you need to know about common treatments, and discussing all available options for you and your cat with your vet.
Feline Leukemia is quite common and, being a contagion, is worth learning about, since it can lead to a more serious infection or even cancer. Learn how to protect your cat here.
Hot spots are usually from an underlying skin condition that has gone undetected. This causes your pet to scratch, lick and bite their skin. Check out some main causes of hot spots here.
Cancer is one of those diseases that has many symptoms that might be mistaken for less serious health conditions. Feline lymphoma is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer in cats. Learn more about this disease and the signs here.
Feline immunodeficiency virus is an immune deficiency similar to AIDs that causes serious illness in cats. Learn more about preventing and treating FIV.
Pyoderma is an extremely painful condition that occurs in both cats and dogs. Learn what you need to know to help your pet here.
Feline hyperesthesia is one of those health conditions that's hard to diagnose and even more difficult to treat because of the strange symptoms that come a long with it. Learn more here.
FIP is caused by a virus and can be fatal to cats. Learn how to prevent FIP.
Feline anemia occurs when a pet's red blood cell count is low, and can be caused by numerous illnesses. Learn what these underlying health conditions are here.
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