FELINE ROTAVIRUS INFECTION


Rotaviruses are a well established cause of acute diarrhoea in many mammalian species, for example humans, cattle, sheep and pigs, but there are few reports of rotavirus infection in cats, and it is probably not a major cause of feline enteric disease.




Treatment, if necessary, is symptomatic.

Although rotaviruses can cross species, cats are an unlikely source rotavirus infection.



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