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My poor kitty Spumonia was infected with FCV by a carrier cat who we fostered for 3 weeks. She needed intensive isolation care to save her

My poor kitty Spumonia was infected by a carrier cat who we fostered for 3 weeks. Spumonia, who is about 12 years old, was exposed by the carrier cat (who showed no symptoms).

Feline calicivirus (FCV) is an upper respiratory infection of cats. FCV can cause a rapid epidemic, with a mortality rate of up to 67%. Initial clinical signs include discharge from the eyes and nose, ulceration in the mouth, anorexia, and lethargy, and occur in the first one to five days. Later signs include fever, edema of the limbs and face, jaundice, and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome.
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