As it is generally not a life threatening condition, reovirus vaccines have not been developed and medications are usually not prescribed. Treatment, instead, will focus on ensuring your cat remains hydrated, that its airways are clear, and that its nervous system is functioning properly.
If any of the cat's body systems are disordered, your veterinarian will prescribe medication to treat its specific ailment.
Follow your veterinarian's advice and avoid exposing any other healthy pets to your cat. Some reoviruses are contagious, even infect children and infants at times. Therefore, it probably best to isolate your cat until it has recovered.
Be aware that some respiratory symptoms may return during your pet's recovery period. If these complications should become serious, bring your cat back to the veterinarian immediately.
An in-depth examination of the properties of urine; used to determine the presence or absence of illness
A medical condition in which the gums become inflamed
A medical condition in which the body has lost fluid or water in excessive amounts
A medical condition in which an animal is unable to control the movements of their muscles; may result in collapse or stumbling.