Feline Vaccines

Locust Trace Vet Clinic

Feline Distemper

If your cat is showing signs of appetite loss, a fever, as well as diarrhea and vomiting; this is a sign of Feline Distemper. it is not one hundred percent curable but, it is treatable with antibiotics.

Calicivirus

There are many signs to notice for this virus but some of the most noticeable ones would be, sneezing, depression, alcers on the mouth, and excessive drooling. For this there isn't that much that we as a clinic can do about this except to help them comfortable but, it will go away within a week or two. yet, it may flair up every once in a while.

Feline HerpesVirus1

Two major signs of this in felines are, fever of about 106f as well as anorexia from disability to eat.

Rabies

There are a few major signs for this like behavioral changes, very nervous, and also will not eat.

Vaccine Schedule


  • First dose at 12 weeks of age
  • A booster 3 weeks later
  • Another at 1 year
  • Then get renewed every 3 years

Feline Leukemia Virus

With this there will be a lot of blood out of the animal as well as secondary infections.

Feline Immunodeficiency

The cat will be very poor feeling with this. Showing signs of aperitif loss as well as inflated gums.

Vaccine Schedule

  • First dose at 12 weeks of age
  • A booster 3 weeks later
  • Another at 1 year
  • Then get renewed every 3 years