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What are the side effects of cat vaccines

In mild cases of vaccine reactions, a fever and soreness at the injection site may be experienced. This is thought to be caused by the an adjuvant used in the vaccine, which is not normally found in the cat's system.

In more severe cases, fainting, seizures, and even death can occur. It is important to know the signs of a severe reaction, and to seek immediate medical attention if a cat begins to lose consciousness or if he stops breathing.

What is the clinical significance of a positive FIV/FeLV test?

A positive FIV/FeLV test means that your cat may be at risk of contracting either FIV or FeLV. A positive test does not mean that your cat will definitely develop either virus.

What is the clinical significance of a negative FIV/FeLV test?

A negative FIV/FeLV test means that your cat cannot get either FIV or FeLV, and does not pose a risk of contracting either virus.

Can the tests for FIV/FeLV be performed on cats that have not had the virus tested?

No, the tests for FIV/FeLV do not test for the virus itself. For a test to be accurate, it must be performed on a cat that has been exposed to the virus, and which has either been infected with the virus or has antibodies to the virus.

What are the symptoms of FIV/FeLV?

The symptoms of FIV/FeLV can vary a great deal, depending on the cat's age and the type of virus that he has. Some FIV/FeLV-positive cats may experience no symptoms at all, while others may develop severe neurological symptoms, may lose the ability to walk, and may end up confined to a wheel chair.

Can FIV/FeLV be transmitted to other cats?

Yes, FIV/FeLV can be transmitted to other cats. This can occur during mating, from mother to kitten, or from mother to infant, and it is also possible for infected cats to transmit the virus to other cats.

Can FIV/FeLV be transmitted to humans?

No, FIV/FeLV cannot be transmitted to humans.

What is the treatment for FIV/FeLV?

There is no cure for FIV. The virus can be controlled through a combination of antiviral and immunosuppressive medications.

The most common treatment for FIV is an immunosuppressant, which is a class of medications that interfere with the immune system; it is also possible to use a thymidine analogue, which interferes with T cell production.

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