Effusive (wet) FIP


The hallmark clinical symptom of exudative FIP is abdominal or chest effusion, which may lead to dyspnea. Other symptoms include loss of appetite, fever, weight loss, jaundice and diarrhea, anemia, depression, rough back hair, enlarged lymph nodes, and persistent low fever (within 39.5 ° of normal anal temperature).

External appearance:

the symptoms are hen squatting, fever, depressed mental state, loss of appetite, protruding spine, abdominal effusion, resulting in uncoordinated body size, rough back hair, depression, weight loss, large stomach, small head, yellowing ears and nose, yellowing urine, and chest effusion, which will accelerate the respiratory rate.


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