Vaccinations and Your Cat

Your cat gets a certain amount of protection from disease while nursing her mother’s milk. However, soon your cat will need vaccinations to protect her from a number of dangerous and deadly diseases. Some of these vaccinations can provide protection in just a single shot while others require a series of shots. All of the vaccinations will require periodic booster shots. Do not skip any of the shots in the series or any boosters. Otherwise your cat will be at risk for contracting the disease if she is exposed to it. Your cat may be a little cranky after receiving a vaccination or there may be swelling or pain at the injection site. Some vaccinations are required by law and others are matter of exposure risk. Consider that indoor cats can slip outside. Contact your vet in the Lawrence area of Indianapolis, IN to learn more and to set up a comprehensive vaccination plan. Read more here.

Vaccinations and Your Cat

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