RetroMAD1 is seeing a re-emergence of this fatal disease called feline panleukopenia (FPV) not only in Australia, but also in eastern Europe and North Asia despite available vaccines.
The usual precautionary measures should always be part of any disease prevention strategy when dealing or spending time with companion animals. Unwanted abandonment of companion animals is to be avoided.
Dogs and cats are susceptible especially when they are immuno-compromised.
We are a much bigger risk in transmitting Covid-19 to our pets than they to us.
Our pets are, without a doubt, part of our family members.
COVID-19 coronavirus invasive mode of destruction to the human body is very similar to that of the feline coronavirus (FIPV) that causes the same massive systemic inflammation in feline infectious peritonitis.