Won’t. Feline herpes virus usually does not resolve on its own.
Cats infected with the herpes virus will develop upper respiratory tract symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, conjunctivitis and coughing. If not treated promptly, these symptoms may make your cat’s condition more serious. Especially for kittens that have not been vaccinated or have lived outdoors since childhood, if they do not receive appropriate treatment, serious complications may occur, such as oral ulcers, inability to open their eyes, eyeball damage, and may even lead to systemic failure. die.
Therefore, once it is discovered that a cat may be infected with the herpes virus, it should be taken to a pet hospital immediately for treatment, including anti-inflammatory, antiviral, fever-reducing and appetite-stimulating drugs.
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