Cat Fever

February 16th, 2009

Does your cat have a fever?

If your cat is generally lethargic and has no appetite, it might have a fever. If your cats ears feel hot to the touch it might have a cat fever. Most people think that a cold, wet nose is a sign of a healthy cat, and that a warm, dry nose is a sign of a fever in a cat. This is NOT ALWAYS TRUE! It’s possible for environmental temperature and the cats hydration to affect how cold and wet their nose is. The only reliable way to determine if your cat has fever is by taking their temperature.

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