Lollypop Farm will be closed on Tuesday for a precautionary deep clean after a kitten was diagnosed with a highly contagious viral disease. The decision comes after a cat was found with the feline panleukopenia virus, also known as feline distemper.

Lollypop Farm will be closed on Tuesday for a precautionary deep clean after a kitten was diagnosed with a highly contagious viral disease.

The decision comes after a cat was found with the feline panleukopenia virus, also known as feline distemper. According to Lollypop Farm, the disease can threaten the lives of cats, forcing the shelter to take precautionary measures to ensure it is an isolated case.

The exposed animals are being quarantined as the shelter receives a deep cleaning. The shelter was already set to be closed for the holiday weekend.