Enteritis may be transmitted by infected travel with cats, fleas, and any article with which sick travel with cats have come into contact, including people’s hands, their clothing, and the soles of their shoes. Also, the virus may be airborne. Therefore, your cat may get distemper even though he never leaves your home; that is why you should have him vaccinated.
A cat with enteritis can hold his own as long as he is stronger than the disease and keeps wanting to live. He is far more likely to keep wanting to live if he is nursed at home. The cat must receive more nourishment than the disease can destroy, which means frequent feedings with highly concentrated food that is easily digested.
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