General information on Feline Chlamydiosis
Feline Chlamydiosis is a somewhat mild, yet chronic upper respiratory disease. It is one of the respiratory diseases that comprise the feline upper respiratory infection complex.
Symptoms of Feline Chlamydiosis
Cats with Feline Chlamydiosis may present with symptoms that could include appetite loss, coughing, sneezing, breathing difficulty, fever, watery eyes and conjunctivitis (an abnormal eye discharge.)
Treatments for Feline Chlamydiosis
In most cases, Feline Chlamydiosis, once diagnosed by your vet, can be treated on an outpatient basis. Your vet may prescribe antibiotics and eye ointments. In multiple cat families, the sick cat should be isolated from the other cats and keep indoors. Keep the cat's nose and eyes clean and free of discharge.
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