Feline Infectious Peritonitis in a Male Persian Cat

@inproceedings{Gaonkar2019FelineIP,
  title={Feline Infectious Peritonitis in a Male Persian Cat},
  author={Pankaj Gaonkar and Noopur Halmare and Siddhart Jamdade and Prashant Sonkusale and Nitin Vasantrao Kurkure},
  year={2019}
}
Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is deadly, incurable disease of cats which is reported throughout the world. Though known to be caused by feline corona virus (Hartmann, 2005), it has been complicated by secondary bacterial invaders. Despite of advancement in research till date there is no cure for FIP (Kipar et al., 2014). The disease is mainly prevalent in young, purebred and sexually intact male cats (Rohrbach et al., 2001). FIP is recorded mostly in pure breeds which might owe to… CONTINUE READING

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