Monday, April 11, 2016

Video Kitten Sneezing and Flustered

Kitten Sneezing and Flustered show about Kitten Sneezing and Flustered, Flu disease common in cats, especially in cats that have not been vaccinated and easily transmitted to other cats. This disease rarely causes death in adult cats, but can be fatal when attacking a kitten. Although the adult cat is rarely fatal, disease symptoms such as runny nose and sneezing can last long enough. Therefore, prevention through routine vaccination is the best course of action. Cat flu-like symptoms such as flu in humans. Starting with a sustainable sneezing, fever, poor appetite or disappear altogether, weakness, lethargy, followed by a cough, red and watery eyes. Signs of illness usually begin to decrease after 7 days and returned to its original condition within 2-3 weeks. In some cases, the disease can lead to a kind of canker sores in the mouth and cause the cat pain when eating. in by Lia Mojamoja