Cats Get Herpes Too!
Feline herpes virus may be involved with 90% of upper respiratory infections (URI’s) in cats. The disease is rarely life threatening but is extremely prevalent. The most common signs of feline herpes are sneezing, loss of appetite, and conjunctivitis (inflammation of the tissues around the eyeball). Most affected cats show mild symptoms that last about two weeks. Cats that are in stressful environments or that have weak immune systems are [...]