Kitten & Cat Vaccinations In Brisbane

Ensure that your feline friend is up-to-date with their full set of kitten & cat vaccinations.

Cat & Kitten Vaccinations

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Keep your furry friend safe and healthy with our regular cat vaccinations. Our vaccines protect your cat from contagious and preventable diseases, which can be fatal if left untreated. Ensure the health of your beloved pet today by protecting them against these deadly diseases.

We are dedicated to the health and well-being of your furry friends. Our veterinarians are highly qualified and experienced in administering cat and kitten vaccinations that can help keep your feline companion safe from serious illnesses and disease. With our preventive care services, you can rest assured that your pet is getting the best possible care.

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Why You Need Kitten & Cat Vaccinations

A cat’s natural inclination to explore can put them at risk of contracting dangerous diseases. That’s why it’s important to make sure your feline friend is up-to-date on their vaccinations, which protect them from harmful viruses and bacteria. At The House Call Vet, we offer a variety of vaccines to keep your cat and kitten safe and healthy. 

It is always highly recommended for pet owners to vaccinate their young and adult cats against infectious diseases. Vaccines help the immune system to build defences against diseases. A vaccine has disease antigens that mildly stimulate the immune system without infecting the cat. The immune system then creates antibodies to fight off the real disease if your cat is ever exposed to it.

There are many different cat vaccinations and injections, for many different illnesses. It can sometimes be confusing to know which vaccinations kittens need and which ones are optional, but still important for your cat’s lifestyle.

Core & Non-Core Cat Vaccinations

What Are F3 Vaccinations?

Vaccines can protect your cat from contracting a variety of life-threatening diseases, some of which can be fatal. They are often administered by your veterinarian during a routine wellness visit. There are numerous different cat vaccinations, for so many different illnesses. 

There are three primary vaccinations recommended for cats, called F3 vaccinations. The F3 vaccine protects cats from Feline Panleukopaenia, Feline Rhinotracheitis Virus and Feline Calicivirus. This vaccination is most commonly known as the core vaccine and is recommended for all cats. All cats in Australia need to receive the CORE F3 vaccination. If other vaccinations are administered during this time frame there could be changes in dosage and schedule, per your veterinarian’s recommendations.

What Do F3 Vaccinations Protect Against?

Feline Panleukopaenia

This virus can be highly contagious and often fatal. If a cat falls ill the signs will include high fever, depression and anorexia.

Feline Rhinotracheitis Virus

This is an infectious disease caused by feline herpesvirus type-1. The symptoms show up in fever, sneezing, conjunctivitis, swelling of the lining of the nose (which is known as rhinitis) and frequently salivation.

Feline Calicivirus

This is a virus that is a cause of upper respiratory infections and oral disease. The symptoms with start as cold-like symptoms that worsen.

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Non-Core Cat Vaccinations

FeLV Vaccine

This is generally recommended by some veterinarians for all cats. The decision is your choice and should be discussed with your vet. Vaccination can begin at eight to twelve weeks of age and requires a booster vaccine repeated three to four weeks later.

Chlamydophilia Felis Vaccine

This vaccination is reserved for cats at high risk for disease. Cats being vaccinated should receive a test prior to vaccination. Vaccination can begin at 8 weeks of age and should be bolstered at two- to three-week intervals for a total of three initial vaccines.

FIV Vaccination

This vaccine is only used in multi-cat environments where the infection is already has a prior existence in the community. The vaccine can be administered at 9 weeks of age or older, when needed, and should be bolstered three to four weeks later.

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