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Cat flu

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Cat flu

Cat 'flu' is very common in unvaccinated cats and is very easily spread from cat to cat. It is rarely fatal, except in young kittens, but can be a real problem because the symptoms may be very difficult to clear up. Prevention is far better than cure - so to protect your cat make sure she is fully protected by regular vaccinations.

<p>Image: Cat flu: severe © David Godfrey</p>

What is cat 'flu'?

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How is the disease spread?

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How do I know if my cat has 'flu'?

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Can I catch 'flu' from my cat?

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Can cat 'flu' be treated?

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Will my cat get better?

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How can I stop my cat getting 'flu'?

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