It is important to make sure your cat is vaccinated on time and keep up with its booster shots. Here is some information on important vaccines you should get for your cat.
Rabies is a disease that has serious effects on cats. This disease can be transferred and be very fatal to humans. Cats get this disease from bites from infected mammals. You should keep your cat up to date with their rabies vaccine to ensure both your health safety and that of the cat.
This is a three-in-one shot. Vaccines administered in this dose are:
- FPV Vaccine
Feline panleukopenia is highly infectious among kittens. The disease begins with low appetite and later progresses to diarrhea and vomiting. It also kills white blood cells in cats making them prone to other infections.
- FHV-1 Vaccine
Feline herpesvirus causes upper respiratory infection. Some of the symptoms present in infected cats are discharge, sneezing, and nasal congestion.
- FCV Vaccine
Feline calicivirus also causes signs of respiratory infection. Cats suffering from the virus are likely to sneeze, have oral ulcerations and nasal discharge. This disease is associated with Chronic stomatitis.