Cats are prone to a number of specific diseases, each of them has its own distinctive symptoms. Knowing what your cat is worried about and why, you can choose the right treatment.
Consider the popular cat diseases:
Acute Respiratory Disease
The most contagious respiratory tract infections are feline calcivirus and feline herpes. These viruses are transmitted through food, water, or through sneezing. Secondary bacterial infections can develop along with viruses. Continue reading
We often compare animals and children: we need to worry about those and others, love, feed, but sometimes we forget that animals, like small children, need to be vaccinated on time. Vaccination of dogs, cats and other animals will help your pet develop immunity and avoid serious infectious diseases.
WHO NEEDS VACCINATIONS?
Often, pet owners think: “My pet does not go out, so he can not get sick.” In fact, an animal can become infected with a dangerous virus, having spent all its life in the walls of an apartment. Continue reading
A symptom is what the patient feels and can describe, and a sign is something that other people, for example, a doctor, can notice. For example, drowsiness may be a symptom, and dilated pupils may be a sign.
The period from the moment of infection with rabies to the onset of the first symptoms (incubation period) can take from four to eight weeks, and sometimes more than a year. The further the bite from the head, the longer the incubation period. Continue reading