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    Feline Infectious Anemia (Hemobartonellosis)

    Feline hemobartonellosis is an infectious disease caused by a rickettsial parasite known as Hemobartonella felis. Most cases are seen in outdoor cats and transmission is likely accomplished by fighting and biting. It can also be spread by blood-sucking parasites such as fleas.

    Hemobartonella felis likes red blood cells and attaches itself to them within the bloodstream. The immune system them recognizes that the red blood cells have been altered and ships them to the spleen to be destroyed. What results is a loss of red blood cells from the system (anemia).

    Affected cats may appear normal or may show a variety of clinical signs (symptoms) including depression, loss of appetite, loss of weight, pallor, and occasionally jaundice. Blood cells counts reflect an anemia, (low red blood cell numbers).

    Many things can cause this pattern of anemia in cats and specific diagnosis is therefore critical. This can only be confirmed by actually visualizing the parasite, with a microscope, on a blood smear. Because parasite number climb and drop over a period of days, several samples may be necessary before the parasite is actually found. If only one or two samples are drawn, and no parasites are seen, the actual diagnosis may get mixed. Since anticoagulants (used in most blood tubes) may hamper finding the organism, samples should be taken and read as soon as possible.

    Since one-third of affected cats with acute hemobartenellosis will die if not given adequate treatment, diagnosis is imperative. Proper treatment utilizes the tetracycline group of antibiotics (e.g. oxytetracycline, doxycycline) to control the infection, and moderate doses of prednisone (a cortisone preparation) to arrest the destruction of red blood cells. It is important to realize that treatment does not completely eliminate the parasite and a cat that has recovered from the infection remains a carrier for the rest of its life. The disease can recur if something affects its immune status such as viral infections (feline leukemia virus infection, feline immunodeficiency virus infection) or immune suppressing drugs.

     






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