Most notable are the secondary effects of the infection due to reduced immunity, including FIP, toxoplasmosis, bacterial inflammation, gum inflammation, abscesses, skin inflammation, and eye inflammation (uveitis).
Other symptoms are:
- Tumors. The most common tumor is malignant lymphoma, but leukemia, tumors in the liver, kidneys, peritoneum, or spleen can also occur. It depends on where the tumors are located, and which organs are affected, what symptoms the cat will have.
- Anemia, because the bone marrow no longer functions properly.
- Swelling of eye infections such as uveitis
- Bad food
- Procreative problems such as abortion, death of newborn kittens, infertility.
- Paralysis symptoms