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Feline Coronavirus (FCoV) induces gastrointestinal and respiratory infections in cats, primarily transmitted through the fecal-oral route or direct contact. Clinical manifestations include loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, and, in severe cases, fatal peritonitis.

The Tarinn FCoV Ag rapid test offers quick, user-friendly detection, ensuring timely management and prevention of FCoV spread, making it a crucial resource in feline health care.

Rapid Results: The test provides results within 10 minutes, enabling swift decision-making in clinical settings and expediting necessary interventions.


  • High Sensitivity and Specificity
  • Easy Operation
  • Clinical Diagnosis
  • Epidemiological Investigation
  • Prevention and Control



Q: What is FCoV, and how does it affect cats?
A: FCoV, or Feline Coronavirus, can cause gastrointestinal and respiratory tract infections in cats. Clinical manifestations include loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, coughing, runny nose, and, in severe cases, fatal peritonitis.


Q: Why is timely detection of FCoV important?
A: Timely detection is crucial to initiate prompt treatment and prevent the spread of FCoV, which can lead to serious complications and, in some cases, death. Early intervention improves the prognosis for infected cats.


Q: How does the Tarinn FCoV Ag rapid test work?
A:The test detects FCoV antigens in a cat's biological sample, providing results within 10 minutes. It utilizes high sensitivity and specificity to accurately identify the presence of the virus.


Q: Is the test easy to use for veterinary professionals?
A: Yes, the test is designed for easy operation, making it suitable for veterinary professionals. Clear instructions are provided, ensuring seamless integration into routine diagnostic procedures.


Q: In what settings is the Tarinn FCoV Ag rapid test applicable?
A: The test is applicable in clinical settings for individual cat diagnoses, epidemiological investigations to study FCoV prevalence, and in animal prevention and control fields for timely identification and isolation of infected cats.


Q: Can the test be part of a routine veterinary check-up?
A: Yes, the rapid and user-friendly nature of the test makes it suitable for inclusion in routine veterinary check-ups, allowing for proactive monitoring of FCoV in cat populations.

Q: How can the test contribute to public health efforts in the feline community?
A: By aiding in quick and accurate diagnosis, the test supports efforts to prevent the spread of FCoV, contributing to broader public health initiatives focused on feline infectious diseases.


Q: Can the Tarinn FCoV Ag rapid test distinguish between different strains of FCoV?
A: The test is primarily designed to detect FCoV antigens without differentiation between strains. It provides a rapid and reliable diagnosis of FCoV infection.


Q: How often should the FCoV test be conducted for cats, especially in multi-cat households?
A: In multi-cat households or environments where there is a higher risk of FCoV transmission, regular testing as part of routine veterinary check-ups is advisable. The frequency can be determined in consultation with a veterinarian based on the specific circumstances.


Q: Are there any specific precautions or sample collection guidelines for using the Tarinn FCoV Ag rapid test?
A: The test comes with clear instructions for sample collection and usage. Following these guidelines ensures accurate results. It is essential to handle samples carefully and maintain hygiene during the testing process.


Q: Can the test be used for outdoor or stray cats?
A: Yes, the test can be used for outdoor or stray cats, providing a valuable tool for identifying FCoV infection in various cat populations, including those with potential exposure to outdoor environments.


Q: Is the Tarinn FCoV Ag rapid test suitable for kittens?
A: Yes, the test is suitable for kittens, and early detection is particularly important to initiate timely interventions. It can be included in the overall health monitoring of kittens during veterinary check-ups.

Q13: Can FCoV be transmitted to humans?
A13: FCoV is a feline-specific coronavirus and is not known to infect humans. However, maintaining good hygiene practices when handling cats, especially those diagnosed with FCoV, is recommended.


Feline Coronavirus Antigen FCoV Ag Rapid Test Kit

SKU: TR2021103


    • Swift Detection

    • Accurate Diagnosis

    • Timely Intervention

    • User-Friendly Design

    • Reliable Performance

    • Effective Disease Control