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  1. No, because a virus can t be cured. UTI s are a bacterial infection .

    6 Answers · Pets · 13/11/2008

  2. Repeated eye infections can be the result of a herpes type virus that unfortunately never leave the body. Whenever the cat's immunity goes down, the virus flares up causing itchiness and redness...

    8 Answers · Pets · 16/09/2006

  3. yes you do need to disinfect respiratory infections are contagious they spread through many different things we at the animal rescue...

    2 Answers · Pets · 21/04/2008

  4. ... are many strains of viruses that cause upper respiratory infection , some worse than others. Plus different cats build up different immunities . It does sound to me like she probably has a touch of an...

    5 Answers · Pets · 30/07/2011

  5. ...then usually it will work it's course and actually help your cat develop an immunity towards future infections . Hope this helps,

    7 Answers · Pets · 12/08/2010

  6. ...12 weeks is generally effective in generating immunity against this infection , though immunity gained from mother’s milk may inactivate the vaccine through age 14-16 weeks...

    4 Answers · Pets · 30/12/2008

  7. ...the street. It may have worms or parasites, and its immunity is obviously already comprimised if it has a terrible eye infection . Also- it could have feline herpes or a fatal illness, which should be ...

    4 Answers · Pets · 22/07/2009

  8. ...basically a shot contains a bit of the disease so your cat can build up an immunity to it. Your cat may have not built up enough immunity or he didnt get...

    2 Answers · Pets · 23/02/2013

  9. ... vitamins (try Nutra Cal) to help build up their immunity . Good luck and it is great to hear you are fostering...

    6 Answers · Pets · 14/02/2007

  10. ...it up in both cats. Definitely so such thing as developing immunity to this one. Get to vet as soon as possible because untreated might result in further...

    1 Answers · Pets · 24/11/2010

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