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Vaccinations kittens

Vaccination - is a necessary measure to prevent the disease your pet the most dangerous infections.
Many cats are strictly home , apartment life, do not go out for a walk and do not communicate with other cats . However, you can bring the infection in your house , even on the soles of shoes , because viruses are almost ubiquitous , and walks down the street a lot of animals without vaccination , including stray , which are often carriers of various diseases. Along with their secretions (saliva , urine , feces ) , pathogens get into the soil , and this soil and bring you into the house on their shoes.
In addition, no vaccinations against rabies , Veterinary Service will not issue a permit for a cat travel by train or by plane in the country and abroad - any mode of transport.
Rabies - a viral disease , both domestic and wild animal species. In nature, spread of virus among rodents . When they bite the virus enters the blood from the saliva of a healthy animal patient. The disease is incurable , sick animals are destroyed. Rabies is dangerous to humans.
Is it really necessary to repeat annually complex vaccinations ?
In any case, treatment will cost significantly more.
In the first place , depending on the age and conditions , vaccination is carried out :

- kittens over 9 weeks of age , doubly , with an interval of 21-28 days , regardless of breed , class, and conditions need a vaccination against viral diseases ( panleukopenia , kaltsiviroz , IBR ) ;
1 - adult animals once a year, once - a comprehensive vaccination against viral diseases ( panleukopenia , kaltsiviroz , rhinotracheitis , chlamydia) ;
- adult animals free-range conditions in the private sector or in cottage holiday shows vaccinated against rabies and tinea ;
- cats - Barnett ( domestically and abroad ) is obligatory vaccination against rabies .

Preparing cats and contraindications to vaccination .
To vaccination is successful, efficiently and without complications , you must follow these rules:

- Compliance with the scheme and the timing of vaccination;
- The use of quality vaccines;
- A cat or kitten to be vaccinated must be clinically healthy, free from fleas and worms. Worm infestation complicating vaccination and reduces its effectiveness. For 7 - 10 days prior to vaccination is necessary to conduct preventive deworming (ie give anthelmintic ) ;
- Do not vaccinate pregnant and nursing cats (the latter must be immunized for the month prior to breeding ) ;
- Can not be vaccinated animals after surgery and rehabilitation periods. If the cat was treated with antibiotics , the vaccination should begin no earlier than 2-3 weeks after the last administration of an antibiotic ;
- Do not produce the planned surgeries (castration ) during the first 3 weeks after vaccination. The exception is surgery necessary to save the life and health of the cat ;
- Avoid stressful situations (moving to another apartment ) , a change of scene , arrival and accommodation of noisy guests , travel, exhibitions, etc. ) a week before and after vaccination ;
- Not to vaccinate cats exposed to sick and suspect animals.