Though more common in dogs, Lyme disease can affect cats, too
News Center Maine (NBC), August 14, 2020
Reporter Vivien Leigh continues her “Ticks in Maine” series, with a look at how Lyme disease can affect cats.
Experts say the signs to look out for are fever, lethargy, lack of appetite, and stiffness and swelling in muscles and joints. If treated promptly, cats have a good chance at a full recovery.
And of course, taking measures to protect your cat from ticks is essential. (For the cat and for yourself!)