Deadly bobcat fever: Another reason to protect pets from ticks

07/18/2013 | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, Ill.)

Bobcat fever, a tick-borne disease that is carried by a number of wild feline species and transmissible to domestic cats, is becoming more prevalent, according to the Buddy Foundation in suburban Chicago. The disease can cause lethargy or fever in domestic felines or, more seriously, seizures or death. Owners can protect cats by ensuring they are protected from ticks with a veterinarian-recommended product.

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