CORONAVIRUS AND COVID-19 IN CATS: Can my cat get it and if so, what does that mean? Corona viruses can cause respiratory and GI symptoms in cats. At the time of this video, there is no evidence that cats can spread COVID-19 to people. Although we have only diagnosed a few cats worldwide, it is a good idea to keep cats indoors. Information on this topic is constantly changing. For our latest updates on this topic and other pet health issues, remember to subscribe to our VetVid YouTube and other social media channels. This information is not meant to replace the advice of your regular veterinarian. VetVid Episode 063 Covid-19 in Cats. Prečítať “Coronavirus and COVID-19 in Cats, Can my cat get Covid19?”
At the time of this webinar (May 2020) most of the world is reeling from the emergence of a novel human coronavirus (CoV), known as SARS-CoV2. Yet for many cat breeders and rescue shelter workers, the fact that coronaviruses can wreak havoc and misery comes as no surprise: most of them have already done battle with feline coronavirus (FCoV) and its occasional fatal consequence, feline infectious peritonitis (FIP).
In this webinar we will discuss:
• FCoV/FIP prevention
• FIP diagnosis in a nutshell
• in passing, mention will be made of differences and similarities between COVID-19 and FCoV/FIP: what can doctors learn from our veterinary experience and what can doctors teach vets? Prečítať “Feline Coronavirus and FIP Diagnosis & Prevention”
This webinar will highlight what we know today regarding Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) in which was covered at Winn Feline Foundation’s FIP Symposium: PURRsuing FIP and WINNing that was held November 16 – 17, 2019 at the University of California, Davis and outlined in the newly unveiled Summary Document that was unveiled March 30, 2020. Global attendance both onsite and online, listened to top researchers and feline health experts from around the world talk about all aspects of FIP at the 2-day Symposium. Prečítať “PURRsuing FIP and WINNing: What we know today”
Dr. Niels Pedersen has spent 50 years studying the coronavirus, specifically a strain found in cats, called Feline Infectious Peritonitis or FIP, for short. Prečítať “UC Davis professor says half-century of studying coronavirus is being neglected”
Winn Feline Foundation FIP Symposium at UC Davis – Day 2
Roundtable Discussion: My Cat Has FIP. Now What? Is there Hope? Personal Experiences with FIP
Moderator: Dr. Leslie Lyons
Peter Cohen, Dr. David Bruyette, Susan Gingrich, Dr. Glenn Olah, Dr. Niels Pedersen, Deb Roberts
ZenByCat is a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising both awareness and money to help fight against FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis) and save cat’s lives.
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More information about FIP
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