In addition, FeBb is more common and widespread than both feline calicivirus and feline herpesvirus, previously thought to be the most responsible for kitty colds.
An owner who has a cat with a kitty cold caused by FeBb may see one or more of the following symptoms: sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, loss of appetite, lack of energy, coughing, and fever.
Cats can pass FeBb to others very easily, similar to how people spread cold germs.
The Federal Highway Administration also sponsors a BBS known as FEBBS. The service is available through dial-in access or through the Internet.
FEBBS has numerous conferences which on this board are special topics organized by program area.