Signs your Aegean Cat may have FeLV

Did you know that the FeLV or the Feline Leukemia Virus can affect cats of all breeds, sex, and age? If you’ve recently adopted or purchased an Aegean cat, make sure that cat has been tested for FeLV before bringing him home. FeLV or the Feline Leukemia Virus is highly contagious to other cats. The virus can anemia, lymphoma and a suppressed immune system in cats and it can be spread through grooming, licking, eating or drinking after an infected cat, through shared litter boxes and even through a mother’s milk. The virus is contracted mainly through saliva, blood, and possibly urine and feces. Symptoms may include pale gums, yellow coloring of the mouth and whites of the eyes, enlarged lymph nodes, bladder infections, skin infections, upper respiratory infections, weight loss, loss of appetite, poor coat condition, weakness, lethargy, fever, diarrhea, difficulty breathing and sterility in female cats. Consult with your vet Carmel, IN for more information. See details here:


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