Fremantle Animal Hospital has a range of vaccine protocols to best suit your cats lifestyle.
Vaccines play an important role in disease prevention in our pets. Many of the diseases prevented by vaccines are fatal, so it is vital that all of your pets are kept up to date with their vacciantions.
Please call the clinic on 6223 0999 if you would like to discuss the most suitable vaccination protocol for your cat, or if you have any further questions regarding vaccinating your pet.
Feline Enteritis (also known as Feline Panleucopenia) is very contagious and the death rate is high, especially under 12 months of age. Pregnant cats may lose their young or give birth to kittens with abnormalities, quite often with brain damage. Symptoms are depression, loss of appetite, uncontrollable vomiting and diarrhoea, often with blood and severe abdominal pain. The virus spreads so easily that heavily contaminated areas may need cleaning with a special disinfectant. Cats that do recover may continue to carry the virus for some time and infect other cats.
A strain of parvovirus that is highly contagious and causes severe infection of the gastrointestinal tract, immune system and nervous system. It can cause extreme vomiting and diarrhoea. Unfortunately it is often fatal.
A virus that causes severe respiratory tract infections in cats. It causes pneumonia, difficulty breathing, eye and nasal discharge and oral ulcerations that can be extremely painful.
A virus that causes upper respiratory tract infections in cats. It causes sneezing, discharge from the nose and eyes, eye ulcers, fever and congestion.
A virus similar to HIV, it can also lead to the feline version of AIDS. It prevents the animal from being able to produce a normal immune response to diseases and other foreign materials entering the body. Symptoms can include enlarged lymph nodes, fever, anemia, weight loss and diarrhoea.
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