Can feline granuloma be transferred from cat to cat

Can feline granuloma be transferred from cat to cat through Sharing food or water ?

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Granulomas are large inflamed nodes or lesions usually caused by an allergic reaction. The reaction can be a non-specific allergy, a food allergy, a hypersensitive reaction, a genetic predisposition or caused by fleas and insects.

The granuloma isn’t transmitted to other animals eating from the same food dish or water dish but a flea infestation can spread to the other animal and if it also has an allergic reaction to the fleas/insects then it will also develop granulomas. If the animal is free of fleas and has no insect bites to cause an allergic reaction then no transfer of granulomas will take place.


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