Feline neonatal erythrolysis: should you be afraid?

Many diseases can impact the health of feline neonates. And if most of them are usually considered to be infectious diseases, there is still one exception: neonatal erythrolysis. What does it refer to? To an existing incompatibility between the blood group of the mother and the one of her kittens. But this is no more a fatality. A better understanding of the mechanisms leading to its occurrence is today the key for breeders to better deal with it in breeding facilities. Want to know more about it? Visit our Publications section, subsection Breeding (click here) to access our very last article focusing on this topic!

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