There are several reasons for anemia in pets. For cats the most common is feline leukemia (aka panleukopenia).
For other animals, anemia is most commonly not caused by a virus but rather fleas, parasites, diet and liver health.
A way to check if your animal is anemic (on a regular basis between vet calls) is to look at their gums. Get accustomed to the color of your pets and check frequently.
Let's examine the causes individually.
There are less common causes of anemia which should be addressed under the care of a competent animal health professional.
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