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Old April 26th, 2008, 03:21 AM
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Another possibility for the eye discharge is Feline Leukemia, one way it is spread is licking eyes, nose, mouth - which cats living in close quarters will often wash each other. Because there are a wide variety of clinical signs FeLk often may be misdiagnosed or caught very late. Unfortunately FeLk is very common in feral colonies and kills 85% of persistantly affected cats within 3 years.

Any chance you could catch this one & have her Vet checked & tested?
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