January 2013 Issue

Kittens and the Aging Are Vulnerable

Finding a simple blood test for feline infectious peritonitis could improve its diagnosis and prevent shelter outbreaks.

When a kitten or elderly cat shows little interest in food, loses weight, develops a persistent fever and succumbs to an untimely death, too many heartbroken owners are left to wonder: What was the cause of death?

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