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How do cats get vaccinated? What do I need to know about cat vaccination

2018-01-02 01:36:00
Vaccines are biological products used for pre-inoculation of humans or animals in order to prevent and control the occurrence and prevalence of infectious diseases. It is a preparation made with microorganisms or their toxins, enzymes, human or animal serum, cells, etc., for prevention, diagnosis and treatment. The purpose of vaccinating cats is to prevent certain dangerous and deadly infections in cats. If you want to keep your cat healthy, vaccinations will last your cat a lifetime. From the initial vaccination, cats are immunized every year, and they live to be old. After weaning, the young cats have poor disease resistance, and pathogenic microorganisms such as external bacteria, viruses, fungi are easy to invade their bodies, and their health is greatly threatened, and some diseases can be transmitted to humans. Therefore, it is important to do a good job of prevention and improve the cat's own immunity.

At present, there are domestic and imported vaccines on the market, and imported vaccines are recommended for safety and stability. It is reported that the effect of some domestic vaccines for dog vaccines is relatively stable, and the stability and safety of domestic vaccines for cat vaccines are much worse.


Precautions for vaccination: 1. Health check. Observe the cat's health condition before vaccination. If there is any abnormality, wait until the cat gets better before vaccination. 2. Cats should not be vaccinated immediately when they first enter the house. 3. Do not bathe the cat within 10 days after vaccination, and avoid the cat going out. 4. Double vaccination should be carried out under the guidance of a doctor. 5, no matter what kind of vaccine, you should consult a doctor first. The vaccine should only be given to cats over the age of 6 or 6 weeks, but it should be given after 8 weeks.


Vaccination procedure: First vaccination for cats over 1 and 2 months of age; The second inoculation was given after an interval of 3 to 4 weeks. The first vaccination consists of three doses, two for cats, one for dogs, and three injections for dogs and cats are best performed separately, at intervals of 5 to 7 days. 2, vaccinated cats, the effective period of immunization is one year, should be immunized once a year, parents should make immunization records. 3, adult cats can be vaccinated for the first time with cat triple dose 4, rabies vaccine, once a year, 3~4 months of age can be injected