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What annual vaccines do cats need

Vaccinating your cat against the core vaccines is really important to keep your cat healthy.

In the US, the CDC recommends that cats be vaccinated against the core vaccines.

In the UK, the National Health Service recommends that cats be vaccinated against the core vaccines.

The core vaccines are:

Rabies

Feline Leukemia or FIV

Feline Distemper

Feline Panleukopenia or FPR

The following vaccines are recommended by the American Association of Feline Practitioners and the American Association of Feline Specialists.

Feline Leukemia (FeLV)

Feline Distemper (FIV)

Feline Panleukopenia (FeP)

These vaccines are recommended by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA).

Feline Heartworm

Feline Herpes

Feline-Rabies and Feline-Leukemia Vaccines (FVRCP)

Feline-Rabies and Feline-Leukemia Vaccines (FVRCP) is a vaccination program for kittens and cats, to help protect against the core vaccines.

A kitten or cat can be vaccinated against Feline Leukemia at any age.

A kitten or cat can be vaccinated against Feline Distemper at any age.

A kitten or cat can be vaccinated against Feline Parvovirus at any age.

A kitten or cat can be vaccinated against Rabies at any age.

A kitten or cat can be vaccinated against Feline Panleukopenia at any age.

Feline-Rabies and Feline-Leukemia Vaccines (FVRCP) is a vaccine program for kittens and cats, to help protect against the core vaccines.

Vaccinations for Feline Herpes Virus

Kittens and cats should be vaccinated against Feline Herpes Virus (FHV-1) starting at 8 weeks of age.

Vaccinations for Feline Herpes Virus (FHV-1)

Vaccinations for Feline Herpes Virus (FHV-1) is a vaccination program for kittens and cats, to help protect against the core vaccines.

Feline Herpes Vaccine (FHV-1)

Feline Herpes Vaccine (FHV-1) is a vaccine program for kittens and cats, to help protect against the core vaccines.

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