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How to Get Your Kitten Ready for Their First Vet Visit?

  • FeLV: or feline leukemia virus: is a non-core vaccine for low-risk adult cats, although it is required for all kittens under the age of one year. This vaccine booster should be given to adult cats who will be spending time outside on a regular basis. One of the most frequent infectious diseases in cats is feline leukemia. The most likely way for it to spread is through social interaction with affected cats. FeLV can cause a number of health problems in cats, such as cancer and immune system problems.
  • FIV: Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is a common feline virus that is transmitted primarily through bite wounds. In North America, this vaccine is no longer accessible. It was deemed non-core and was only suggested for cats who were at a very high risk of contracting FIV. Though many FIV-positive cats can live normal lives, those who are negatively affected will develop a variety of ailments as a result of immune system failure.

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