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Progressive distention of the abdomen due to fluid buildup
Lung involvement and difficulty breathing
Fever lasting 2 to 5 weeks
Loss of appetite
History of vague illness, including longterm fever, malaise, weight loss, and occasionally major organ system failure (kidneys, liver)
Eye and central nervous system signs may occur simultaneously or independently
About 50% of all cats have signs related to involvement of abdominal organs (kidney, liver, spleen, pancreas, lymph nodes)