Coronavirus has been in the news since 2019. The novel coronavirus infection brought the world to a halt and severely damaged the economy. While coronavirus infection in humans was unheard of before, animals have been known to get infected with this virus for a long time. Coronavirus is generally used to refer to an infection caused by various strains of the virus. The virus affects different animals differently. Cats are susceptible to feline coronavirus or FCoV. Since feline coronavirus can develop into a multisystemic disorder called feline infectious peritonitis (FIP), one must consult Virginia Beach animal hospital for treatment.
In cats, feline coronavirus can because severe diarrhea. Besides this, some common symptoms of FCoV are loss of appetite, breathing problem, bloated abdomen, weight loss, vomiting, increased urination and trust, yellowing of eyes, and tiredness.
If the coronavirus strain is not associated with FIP, your cat may suffer from mild diarrhea. … Read more