Feline Infectious Peritonitis is a diagnosis of exclusion.
Just because it "looks like FIP" does not mean it is. FIP is one of the most commonly misdiagnosed diseases, as it shares many clinical signs with other conditions, often treatable. So, what else can it be? We have a list for you. Check it out and discuss it with your vet.
Don't underestimate anemia in FIP Cats.
Even mild anemia is enough to compromise your cat's ability to fight off diseases, not just for FIP but other conditions. Find out why, and what you can and should do about it.
Diagnosis Flow Chart by Dr. Diane Addie - catvirus.com
Start here and follow the steps to see if your cat has FIP. The chart includes tests to conduct to diagnose or rule out FIP.
The Essential FIP Survivor Guide by Suzanne Meissner and Fabienne Ridolfi
Download this free ebook for detailed information on treatment for the non-effusive (dry) form of FIP. This guide focuses on long-term management of dry FIP with Polyprenyl Immunostimulant (a.k.a. PI).
FIP Information Brochure
This brochure provides an excellent overview of FIP, Coronavirus, diagnosis methods and other valuable information that few people know when they first hear the words "Feline Infectious Peritonitis".
Download and share to increase awareness of FIP.
The cure for FIP: beyond the hype
Separating facts from fiction: our in-depth analysis of the UC Davis GC376 protease inhibitor field study gives a factual account of what GC376 is, what it's not, what it does do, and what it doesn't do.