Aegean Cats and FeLV Related Health Issues

Did you know that FeLV stands for the Feline Leukemia Virus? This virus can affect all breeds of cats including the Aegean cat. The virus is not contagious to other animals. If your cat has been diagnosed with FeLV then you should be careful not to bring germs in to your cat from other animals as your cat now has a compromised immune system. Younger cats and senior cats are more susceptible to the disease as are cats that live outside and have routine contact with other cats. The FeLV virus can cause anemia and lymphoma in cats. It can also cause a suppressed immune system which can make cats much more susceptible to infections and other diseases. Other illnesses that can be caused by the FeLV virus include kidney disease and other cancers. Talk with your vet Carmel, IN to learn more about FeLV and how to keep your cat healthy and safe.

Aegean Cats and FeLV Related Health Issues

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