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Feline panleukopenia (Feline infectious enteritis)

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Feline panleukopenia (Feline infectious enteritis)

Feline panleucopenia is a very serious disease of cats which, before vaccination, was commonly fatal. Even today, with good nursing care, between a quarter and two-thirds of all affected cats will die from the disease.

What is panleucopenia?

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How is the disease spread?

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What are the signs of panleucopenia?

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How does my vet know my cat has panleucopenia?

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Can panleucopenia be treated?

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Are there any long-term effects of the disease?

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How can I stop my cat getting panleucopenia?

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When is it safe to get another cat?

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