澳门金沙网址导航:Warnings issued over cats with bird flu


NAIL down your cat flaps. Domestic cats are at higher risk of catching the H5N1 bird flu virus than previously thought. Austrian health authorities last week announced that three out of 40 cats tested positive for the virus on saliva tests at an animal shelter in Graz that also housed infected birds. Yet the cats had no flu symptoms and shed no virus in their faeces, suggesting that a previously unrecognised mode of transmission might have been be at work. H5N1 can make cats seriously ill. Usually cats eating infected birds develop the virus and shed it in mucus,
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