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What vaccines do outdoor cats need

The Vaccination Schedule for Outdoor Cats and Kittens

Why is the vaccination schedule for outdoor cats different from that for indoor cats?

The vaccination schedule for outdoor cats is different from the vaccination schedule for indoor cats for two main reasons:

Outdoor cats are exposed to a greater number of pathogens.

Outdoor cats are exposed to a wider range of pathogens.

All cats, regardless of whether they live indoors or out, should be vaccinated according to the same schedule. The only difference between indoor and outdoor cats is the vaccination schedule.

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Can I vaccinate my cat after he/she has already been vaccinated?

Yes. It is safe to vaccinate your cat again at any time. The only time it is not safe to vaccinate is if your cat is not yet 12 weeks old.

How often should my cat be vaccinated?

The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) recommends that cats over the age of four weeks be vaccinated every year. The AAFP recommends that cats under the age of four weeks be vaccinated every other year.

Which vaccines should I use?

Rabies Vaccine

The rabies vaccine is given in three doses at two-week intervals.

The first dose should be given at the time of vaccination or after the first vaccination.

The second dose should be given at the time of the next vaccination or at the beginning of the second vaccination.

The third dose should be given at the time of the next vaccination or at the beginning of the third vaccination.

In some cases, the vaccine may be given as a single dose. If so, it should be given at the time of the first vaccination or after the first vaccination.

The rabies vaccine is given in three doses at two-week intervals. The first dose should be given at the time of vaccination or after the first vaccination. The second dose should be given at the time of the next vaccination or at the beginning of the second vaccination. The third dose should be given at the time of the next vaccination or at the beginning of the third vaccination. In some cases, the vaccine may be given as a single dose. If so, it should be given at the time of the first vaccination or after the first vaccination. Distemper Vaccine

The distemper vaccine is given in two doses. The first dose should be given at the time of vaccination or after the first vaccination. The second dose should be given at the time of the next vaccination or at the beginning of the second vaccination.

When should my cat be vaccinated?

The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) recommends that cats over the age of four weeks be vaccinated every year.

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