Treating the Untreatable – FIP

Treating the Untreatable – FIP

Feline Infectious Peritonitis has for a very long time been a fatal disease.  The more acute and more virulent form of the disease, wet FIP kills within days to weeks of symptoms showing while the chronic form, dry FIP, may take up to even months. Traditionally FIP...
Dry FIP is all about correct DIAGNOSIS

Dry FIP is all about correct DIAGNOSIS

A top researcher starts an article with the quote that more cats have been put down due to a positive coronavirus titre than FIP.  That’s scary!  How many unnecessary deaths does that equate to? When FIP Advisory and Care Group celebrated its third month on facebook a...
A swollen BELLY? It must be FIP…

A swollen BELLY? It must be FIP…

FIP remains the one of the most challenging diseases to vets to diagnose.  In the past a cat presenting with a swollen abdomen was always thought to have wet FIP.  We now know that this is a misconception as there is more than a handful of other disease including...