Vaccinations and immunizations for your kitten
Every owner wants excellent health and safe upbringing for his pet. To achieve all this, vaccinations are needed over a period. These vaccinations protect your kitten’s health and keep him and you safe from diseases.
Small kittens can be vaccinated at the age of 8-10 weeks, and the revaccination is done after 4 weeks.
Your veterinarian can offer you different vaccine options. First, they differ in whether they are adjuvant or not. It is preferable to choose one without the adjuvanted. The other choice you need to make is what diseases you will vaccinate your pet against.
The first choice could be RCP – a vaccine against infectious rhinotracheitis, calicivirosis and panleukopenia, which are quite dangerous viral diseases in cats. The second vaccination can be done with a vaccine that revaccinates these diseases and expands the vaccine spectrum – for example, RCPFeLV, with which, in addition to the previous diseases, we will also prevent the possibility of feline leukemia.
It is a good idea to have your cat vaccinated against rabies when it reaches 16 weeks of age, after which revaccinations along with other vaccines are repeated annually.
Through timely preventive manipulations, you ensure the health and well-being of you and your pet.