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Vaccinations for cats: what and when?

In previous articles, we discussed whether vaccination is needed for domestic cats and talked about vaccination rules. But what kind of vaccinations do cats give, and how often? Vaccination calendar in our article.
The first vaccinations for cats
For the first time, kittens are vaccinated at the age of 2 to 3 months. After 2-3 weeks, re-vaccination is mandatory. The fact is that babies still have colostral immunity – protection, soaked with mother’s milk. It does not allow the body to develop an independent response to the introduction of the vaccine.

So that the body learns to work with the virus on its own, and re-vaccinated.

For adult cats, vaccination is indicated once a year throughout life. What explains this frequency?

The vaccine injected causes the body to produce antibodies that protect it from becoming infected with the virus. They continue to circulate in the blood for a long time, but after about a year their number decreases. To prolong protection, a new vaccination is needed, which will again start the production of antibodies.

Vaccinations for cats: what and when?
What vaccinations do cats have?
Cats are vaccinated against the most dangerous and, unfortunately, quite common diseases: calicivirus, panleukopenia, bordetelosis, herpesvirus type 1, rabies. These diseases are dangerous throughout the life of a cat. Some of them are not treated and are dangerous not only for animals, but also for humans. Rabies – the most dangerous disease – in all cases without exception leads to death.

Cats vaccination schedule
The exact vaccination schedule for a particular pet is set by a veterinarian. Depending on the cat’s health status, environmental factors, and vaccine types, vaccination dates may shift. To understand the general picture, you can focus on the indicative vaccination protocol, but the final terms must be agreed with the veterinarian.

Cats vaccination schedule
Do not neglect the necessary, and let your pets always be healthy and full of strength!

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