Calicivirus (FCV)


A serious respiratory infection, it often appears at the same time as the viral infection called rhinotracheitis. It often provokes painful ulcers on the nose, in the mouth and on the tongue. It is sometimes also accompanied by arthritis. It is transmitted through saliva, nasal and ocular secretions and fecal matter. It is responsible for 90% of feline respiratory infections (along with feline rhinotracheitis).