FVRCP Vaccination?

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The FVRCP vaccination is given to cats. The first vaccination is given to a young cat and then boosters are given throughout its life. The FVRCP vaccination is a combination vaccine that helps protect a cat against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus and panelukopenia. Feline rhinotracheitis is a respiratory infection that is caused by herpes virus 1. It is also known as feline influenza. Feline calicivirus is also a type of respiratory infection. Panleukopenia can be a fatal condition it can cause cat distemper.
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This is a combination vaccine often used in veterinary medicine to protect cats against certain common illnesses, mostly upper respiratory viruses.
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FVRCP stands for Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia. And yes, as a 5 month old kitten she does need a second shot to booster the first one. Which means she is
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Administer a single 0.2 ml dose intranasally, divided into both nostrils. NOTE: Use a new dropper for each cat vaccinated. No needles are necessary to administer the vaccine. This
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Anne, It is not unusual for cats to exhibit some side effects for up to 72 hrs after they are vaccinated. These side effects tend to be lethargy, decreased appetite, mild diarrhea,
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