Vaccinations are your cat’s first line of defence against harmful viruses. Keeping your pet on the core vaccination schedule will help control the spread of these viruses while protecting your cat’s health.

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Does my indoor cat need to be vaccinated?

We do recommend vaccinating your indoor cat because certain viruses can be carried in the house on clothing, are airborne or through another pet that has been introduced to the household.

What is FVRCP and core vaccine for cats?

FVRCP is a combination vaccine that covers the following diseases: feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia. Other core vaccines that may be given to a cat, which is dependent on their history and lifestyle, are rabies and feline leukemia.

How often does my adult cat need vaccination?

Adult cats require an examination annually to ensure they are healthy and are not showing any early signs of disease. Vaccination will be given every 1 – 3 years depending on your cat’s lifestyle and risk level.

Are there any risk associated with vaccines?

Just like people some cats can react to the ingredients in a vaccine. Your veterinarian will let you know what signs and symptoms to watch for and what precautions should be taken if any problems come up. It is common for a cat to be slightly lethargic or have slight pain at the injection site.

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