Feline Leukemia may affect the blood, internal organs, or form tumors.
- Feline Leukemia is highly contagious from cat to cat.
- It may be spread by licking, sneezing, fighting, sharing food bowls, or sharing litter pans.
- It is estimated that 30% of all stray cats are infected today.
- It is one of the major causes of death in cats today.
- It primarily affects the cat by decreasing the resistance of the cat to
Other disease. It acts very similar to the aids virus in humans.
- Diagnosis is made by clinical signs and a blood test.
- There is no successful treatment.
- The virus does not live outside the cat's body over 2-3 days.
- It is the closest related item to the aids virus of people known
- Due to the seriousness of this disease, we highly recommend that
All cats are vaccinated! Once the disease is contracted there is NO cure!
- Research evidence to date shows no possibility that Feline Leukemia is
Transmissible to humans.
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