FIP Cats Australia

FIP Cats Australia

Boda

The FIP survival story of Boda, a seal mink Sphynx One Wednesday evening at 7.30pm when Boda was 5 months of age I suddenly saw him struggling to breath. When I fed him at 5pm he was fine. I took…

FIP Observation Period.

So what is observation? The next 84 days after you have completed the treatment is classified as the observation period. During this period it is important to keep an eye on your baby for any signs of a relapse. These…

Taio

Taio is cured of FIP ??? She had neural and ocular dry FIP and maybe it was in her lungs as well. She stopped eating and went down to 2.1kg, her eyes were different colours, the eyelid was partially visible…

TREATMENT COSTS

The most common question we are asked is how much will treatment cost to treat my cat/kitten for 84 days? Unfortunately no one can answer this question as costs depend on so many things: how old is your cat/kitten? how…

PALLIATIVE CARE FOR AN FIP CAT/KITTEN

Symptomatic Treatment For owners that choose not to treat their cat/kitten with REM or GS their option is to provide Symptomatic treatment as prescribed by their vet. This normally entails a low to moderate dosage of prednisilone starting at 2…

Curtis

Curtis’s survival from wet FIP.  On the 17th of February 2021, Curtis, a then 6 month old Oriental Shorthair kitten, was diagnosed with wet FIP. I had returned home from a 3 day trip away to find Curtis with an…

Buddy

Friday the 13th 2019. The day we heard the words we didn’t want to hear. Buddy has dry FIP. Buddy was 3 years old and weighed only 2.9kg and had just been handed a death sentence, or so we thought.…

How do I feed my FIP Baby?

This is a question asked all the time and can be the difference between success and failure. A cat/kittens body needs a lot of nourishment during the treatment of FIP as there is so much for the body to repair.…

Why Have Pet Health Insurance?

Treating a cat or kitten with Feline Infectious Peritonitis(FIP) can be very expensive as treatment goes by the weight of the animal. The treatment guidelines are as follows however please remember every cat/ kitten is different as are the types…