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New options for managing feline herpes virus

All cats are susceptible to feline herpes Virus (FHV-1)...

>It is estimated that at least 80% of all the cats in the world are
infected with Feline Herpes Virus (FHV-1) which is a major cause of
the most severe and widespread respiratory infection in cats, Feline
Viral Rhinotracheitis (FVR).

>Up to 80% of cats who contract FHV-1 remain lifelong carriers of this
highly contagious virus and can pass it on to uninfected cats through
viral shedding.

>Reactivation of the virus may occur spontaneously throughout an
infected catís lifetime, although it is often associated with stress.

>FHV-1 presents a greater threat to kittens, in whom it causes severe
respiratory and ocular symptoms. While mortality is generally low in
adult cats, it can reach 30% in kittens.

>In adult cats, FHV-1 flare-ups are often hard to differentiate from the
other two main feline infectious respiratory diseases, calicivirus and