As part of your catís annual
vaccination program, we will perform a thorough physical
Feline Distemper Combo (FVRCP) or Feline Distemper &
Leukemia Combo (FLVK)
(Feline Herpes Virus) affects the eyes and upper respiratory
system. This is an incurable virus however with proper
treatment it may be managed. Cats spread it to one another
through direct contact. Outbreaks are caused by stress or
weakened immune systems and last for about 7 to 10 days.
Calicivirus- A virus
similar to rhinotracheitis which causes respiratory distress
and conjunctivitis of the eyes. It is usually curable with
short term antibiotics.
Panleukopenia- A form
of parvovirus which is spread through urine, feces and
blood. This infection is often fatal and is common in
unvaccinated kittens and geriatric cats. The vaccine has
shown to be highly effective against this deadly disease.
Feline Leukemia- A
viral infection which is spread through direct contact. It
attacks the catís immune system, which makes secondary
infections common (cancer). There is no cure for
Rabies- Rabies is
considered a public health hazard and there is no cure!
For your protection, it is required by law to have your dogs
and cats vaccinated for rabies. This fatal, viral, zoonotic
disease is spread by bats, skunks, raccoons, foxes, coyotes,
dogs, cats, cattle, and horses. It is contracted through the
saliva (bite wounds of infected animals). From exposure, it
may take 1 to 3 months for death to occur. During this time
they are contagious and spread this disease to other