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Potentially Fatal Cat Virus Outbreak in Boston

The virus can cause vomiting and fever in cats, especially younger cats

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    Panleukopenia, a virus that’s potentially fatal to cats, has been detected in Boston’s Mattapan neighborhood, and officials say it’s an outbreak. 

    The virus, which only affects cats, was discovered after multiple sick cats were found in the neighborhood. 

    The virus can cause vomiting and fever in cats, especially younger cats. 

    The Animal Rescue League of Boston will be hosting a free vaccine clinic on Sunday at the corner of Walk Hill Street and Harvard Street from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 

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