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Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) Owner Factsheet

Hearing that your cat has Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) is one of the worst bits of news you can get from your vet. The disease is almost always fatal although treatments can make your cat's remaining time more comfortable. If you have more than one cat in your home, taking sensible precautions and following your vet's advice can help to reduce the risk that your other cats will be affected.

What is FIP?

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Will my cat 'catch' FIP?

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How does my vet know my cat has FIP?

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Can I catch FIP?

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What can be done to treat my cat?

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How can I stop my other cats catching the disease?

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Can my cat be vaccinated against FIP?

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