Feline Rabies

Ranked #5 on the list 5 Fatal Feline Diseases

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About Feline Rabies

Symptoms of feline rabies take some time to show, which is why it’s difficult to tell if your cat has contracted it. It usually takes anywhere from 2 to 5 weeks to incubate a cat’s system. Common symptoms: poor coordination, conjunctivitis, yowling, drooling, fever, strange behavior, depression and weight loss. Unfortunately, there is no treatment or cure or treatment for reline rabies. 

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