Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Symptoms of Viruses in Cats (FIV, FeLV, Aids, Herpes)

 
Symptoms of Feline Viruses (FIV, FeLV, Aids, Herpes)

Symptoms vary depending upon the type of virus but contact your veterinarian if your cat displays any of the following symptoms
  •  Vomiting Weakness, fever
  • Nasal discharge
  • Coughing
  • Sneezing, runny nose and eyes
  • Loss of appetite
Medical treatments for viruses can be discouraging.  However, holistic pet care can help.  Cats that are given better nutrition and use natural supplements for viruses show promising improvement.


“Rocky, our 16 year old kitty, is doing quite well. At 15, he developed an allergy and we tried everything. However, after our consultation with Susan Davis and a process of elimination of different foods, we found that he was allergic to chicken. He does Notatum and Proaller  every night mixed in a very small amount of his high quality canned food. When he has an occasional flare-up of the Herpes virus, we alternate Notatum and Quentans anti-viral drops at night -- still with the Proaller. He is doing so well. People can't believe he is 16... one happy camper in Eastern, NC"
Deborah L. Albritton MPA 2012
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