I adopted Poppy over a year ago. She had digestive problems within a couple of weeks eg constipation and bloody faeces. I thought I had cured this by changing her diet. Suddenly after a six day stay in the cattery I have used for some time she developed a bout of diarrhea which lasted about 36 hours. This began around six weeks of her stay in cattery. She had another bout three weeks ago which was not responding to the light diet I put her on. It was decided to have the PCR done. The results are very worrying. See below. Feline Coronavirus Tritrichomonas Giardia spp C. Perfringens A gene C Perfringens enterotoxin gene ALL PCR POSITIVE. My vet is not very encouraging. We have started poppy on a five day course of Panacur. She has told me that it is possible that she will have to have more treatment of Panacur as Giardia is very difficult to treat. The treatment for TT cannot begin until the giardia has gone. She says many months of treatment and further tests very likely. Her visit to the vet this am showed that she has regained the weight she had lost. No tenderness in her abdominal region. The diarrhea stopped over a week ago. I put her on cooked fish and chicken breast also synbiotic and unsweetened tinned pumpkin half tsp twice daily. Home heigene has been stepped up. Lots of washing and I am using a disinfectant supplyed by my vet and spraying litter box, sleeping quarters kitchen floor every day. Antibacterial gell for a hand wash and using rubber gloves for anything to do with Poppy. All my bed covers are replaced every day. I am absolutely devistated about this. Feeling quite sick and depressed for my beautiful girl. The vet says that because poppy has so much going on her treatment is very tricky. I have now been able to add some of her usual food to the fish and chicken. Any comments on this post will be most appreciated.