Cat sat on toilet
“I knew that vindaloo was a mistake!” – image ©

We do a lot of work for the local branch of the RSPCA and come across all kinds of squitty kittens with varying degrees of diarrhoea, which (on occasion) respond poorly to symptomatic therapy.

We have found it worthwhile to do the full faecal screen, which includes a whole range of PCR diagnostic tests.

This enables us to diagnose a range of infectious agents – feline parvovirus, Tritrichomonas foetus and feline coronavirus to name just three.

At least then we can explain why our kitty is not responding to treatment!

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