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Cat vaccines are an important part of your cat's overall health. All cats should be properly vaccinated anywhere between 6 and 10 weeks of age at the latest. Vaccination during this time is crucial as maternal antibodies are no longer protective. This means the cat will have to rely on underdeveloped immune system to fight off cat infections and diseases such as distemper, rabies, influenza, Lyme disease, and ringworm. Taking your cat to the vet for cat vaccines early in the cat's life can also prevent some of the most devastating cat diseases such as parvovirus. Parvovirus, distemper, adenovirus, leptospirosis, parainfluenza, lyme, bordetella, rabies, and corona vaccines are all readily available in the U.S. If you want to learn more about cat vaccines, benefits, and safety, continue reading to get the facts.
- Adverse Reactions to Cat Vaccines
- A Guide to Feline Vaccinations
- An Introduction to Feline Calicivirus
- Annual Cat Booster Shots: Are They Necessary?
- Are Cat Vaccines Necessary?
- A Recommended Cat Vaccination Schedule
- Are Indoor Cat Vaccinations Necessary?
- Avoiding Cat Vaccine Reactions
- Bordetella Vaccine Treatment for Cats
- Cat Distemper Vaccine Side Effects
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