What are the Symptoms of FeLV in Grey Tabby Cats ?

What are the Symptoms of FeLV in Grey Tabby Cats

If you’re not sure if your Grey Tabby cat has been tested for FeLV (Feline Leukemia Virus), call your vet and schedule an appointment. If you’re thinking of adopting or purchasing a new cat be sure that the cat has been tested for FeLV before bringing him into your home. FeLV is a highly contagious virus for cats. Symptoms of the illness can 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. The virus itself can cause anemia, lymphoma and other cancers along with a suppressed immune system. It can be spread through saliva, blood, and possibly urine and feces. If you’re unsure about your Grey Tabby’s health, please call your professional veterinarians Colorado Springs CO.

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