Feline Medicine Q&A 10

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A 5-year-old DSH cat is presented which has been depressed, anorexic, and showing upper respiratory tract signs (sneezing, nasal discharge) for the last 2 days. On clinical examination, the cat is pyrexic and has several small lingual ulcers.

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