Guidelines for better diagnosis, prevention and treatment of feline retrovirus infections
12 February 2020
FeLV is a common retrovirus infection, with many different clinical presentations, which is fatal in progressively infected cats.
It can be found in cats worldwide, although its prevalence may vary among geographic locations. Recently, a study about a current prevalence of the FeLV infection in Europe has been published, showing the highest prevalence in Portugal, Hungary and Italy/Malta, while in some countries FeLV was undetectable.