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Cat flu Owner Factsheet

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.
Image: Cat flu: severe © David Godfrey

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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