Upper Respiratory Infection in Kittens and Cats

April 2017

Audience: Executive Leadership, Foster Caregivers, Public, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team

Upper Respiratory Infections (URI) are common infections of the upper airways in kittens and cats. As a foster caregiver of these pets, there is a high chance that you might encounter this infection in one or more of your fostered felines. This short class will give you the basics of how to recognize URI, when it is an emergency, and helpful tips on caring for a kitten or cat with URI.

The learning objectives for this class will:

  • Provide you with an overview of URI in kittens and cats
  • Inform you about the consequences of URI
  • Teach you how to identify URI symptoms and when to seek veterinary attention
  • Educate you on how to care for kittens and cats with URI

Click on the button below to start this class. Make sure to check out the resource tab, at the top right of the class's screen, for a copy of the Maddie's Fund URI Chart.

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