Feline Rabies

In case of rabies, danger of affection is reduced. The virus is “not in the air” as it happens in feline infectious enteritis or feline flu. There has to be direct contact with a contagious animal. If cats are kept home or just wonder off in the backyard, far away from any threaten area for rabies, it doesn’t really need vaccination. However, if it seems possible, even in theory, contact with a rabies carrier, doesn’t have much choice than to vaccinated it. Vaccines are obligatory when traveling with cats to foreign countries. 

Vaccinated cats against rabies enjoy a special condition before laws. If it hasn’t been vaccinated and is merely suspicious of having rabies, it must be sacrificed. On the other hand, if it has been vaccinated, it will be permitted to live in agreement with the ordinances. 

In most cases, a second vaccine is ordered and in many cases quarantine is required for a prudential time for observation. The vaccination plan is simple. It starts with the idea that kittens that are less than twelve weeks of age haven’t suffered risk of rabies in our home. Starting the twelve-week, young animals and adult cats have to be treated the same way. Basic immunization: one injection.  Repeated vaccinations: annually. Effectiveness is maintained for a year.

Feline leucosis
Veterinarians recognize this disease, which pathogenic agent is the virus of the feline leucosis, through a blood exam. The pathogenic picture is so vague that it is not possible to deduce a diagnosis. Animals live sick during years. The contagion is produced mainly between contacts with other cats. It is possible to administer a preventive vaccine on healthy animals, specially recommended for breeders.

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