Herpesvirus, Calici and Chlamydia are the three most common upper respiratory infections (URIs) in cats. This article includes an easy to use chart to help you determine which if these upper respiratory infections your cat might have.Â
While not all kittens in the same litter open their eyes on the same day, if a kitten has still not opened its eyes several days after all its littermates have, you may need to intervene. The eyes may be "stuck shut".
Feline herpes infections can be a major problem in breeding catteries, most often affecting young kittens between 4 to 8 weeks of age. This article details the specific steps to take to prevent flare-ups of the herpes virus in your cattery.