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What You Need To Know About Vaccinations

 

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What You Need To Know About Vaccinations

 

What You Need To Know About Vaccinations

Although vaccinations are often a feared necessity,

there are still a lot
of problems that are usually associated

with getting an animal to
conform and accept this as important

and unavoidable.

However, the owner should be steadfast in

getting all the required vaccinations for
the pet cat as it will help to keep the cat in

better health conditions.

Important Facts

Vaccinations are usually administered to

provide an animal with the
necessary help to keep their body safe

from any outside invasion of
organisms that will cause the cat to be sick.

The cat’s immune system
should be well guarded against all

negative foreign intrusions, hence
the necessity of the vaccinations.

With the vaccinations, the cat’s
immune system is able to withstand

any onslaught from negative
intrusion that may cause the cat’s

health to deteriorate.
Cat’s that are not house bound are

usually at higher risk of being
exposed to disease causing

organisms and thus the consequences of
infection are always present.

There is also the possibility of such
conditions eventually affecting the

owner of the cat and those around.
One particular alarming disease

which the owner can be exposed to is
rabies, thus the need for vaccinations.
The following are some of the more

popularly recommended vaccines
for cats:
• Feline pan leukopenia virus vaccine

” this vaccination is meant
to keep the cat from contracting a

highly infectious disease which can
lie dormant before is actually causes

fatal reactions.
• Feline claicivirus/herpes virus vaccine

” this is meant to treat
upper respiratory tract diseases

which are prevalent in cats, which
most cats are never completely free of

but the vaccination helps to
keep in under control.

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