Jenn...I don't know....Are you suggesting that liquid in the lung cavity
is not a symptom of FeLV+ ???
My vet thinks it is....How can I tell if its FIP ???
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I hate to even suggest such a thing, but could it be FIP Tad? Is it IN the
in the abdomen? FIP is known to go down genetic lines, so related cats are more
likely to develop it if one has already been diagnosed in the past. I'm SURE
were all exposed to Corona at some point in their lives, being with so many
cats at AW, and at your place. Corona doesn't always turn into FIP, only in