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Results for “feline-leukemia”
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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.
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 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.
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 immunodeficiency virus is an immune deficiency similar to AIDs that causes serious illness in cats. Learn more about preventing and treating FIV.
Cancer in cats and dogs can be caused by several different factors, or the cause could be unknown. Here are the common causes of cancer in pets, and prevention methods.
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.
We all have to leave home from time to time, sometimes quite frequently, and leaving your pet at a kennel can be the best option. But what will you need to bring with you? Find out here.
There are many viruses that can plague your cat's health. However, there are some that have become the most common. It is important to learn what these viruses are and how they can be prevented, diagnosed, and treated if necessary.
It's becoming more and more common for people to adopt cats from a local shelter. That's great news! Here's what you need to know about some common health problems that may need to be treated in shelter cats.
Cancer is a scary disease that can affect any part of the body. Although cancer is not 100% preventable, there are some steps pet parents can take to try to reduce their cat's risk. Learn what it takes to prevent cat cancer here.
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