A virus that can be transmitted to cats by contact with a surface that harbors it, like food dishes, bedding, towels, furniture, etc. The virus can survive for an extended period of time outside a host. Most infected cats suffer conjuncitivitis and oral or nasal symptoms, but some can progress to severe upper-respiratory distress, pneumonia, or death. Kittens are vaccinated against calicivirus with the FVRCP vaccine.
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