Benefits of feline vaccination – what are the contraindications of cat vaccination

       It’s taboo to vaccinate dogs and cats. The age, health, physique and nutritional status of the animals should be taken into account when vaccinating. The immunization plan should be determined according to the specific situation. First of all, the young pet should consider the interference of maternal antibody and should be vaccinated according to the instructions of vaccine. In general, when dogs and cats are 12 weeks old, the maternal antibodies in their bodies have dropped to the non-interference level. Most infectious diseases should be inoculated at or after 12 weeks of age in order to protect pets. Although old pets may have various antibodies, their titers may be low enough to resist diseases, so they still need to be vaccinated according to the immunization program. Second, physical and nutritional status. For dogs and cats with poor physique and malnutrition, it is better to improve their physique and strengthen their nutrition before they are vaccinated. Third, the disease is not vaccinated. At this time vaccination, because of the vaccine reaction and aggravate the disease. It may also be due to diseases in the body, so that the vaccine can not produce a good immune effect. Fourth, because of the strong reaction after the injection of attenuated vaccine, it is generally not suitable to inject pregnant female dogs and cats, especially pregnant female cats can not be injected with feline pan leukopenia (cat plague) vaccine. This vaccine can infect the fetus through the placenta barrier, leading to stillbirth, abortion, premature delivery or abnormal fetus with cerebellar dysplasia. If pregnant female dogs and cats are vaccinated, they can be vaccinated with inactivated vaccine. Fifthly, the newly purchased dogs and cats should go to the animal hospital for examination, or be kept in isolation for seven days. Only when they are in abnormal health can they be vaccinated.

       Cats must be deworming and vaccinated.

       1¡¢ Precautions for vaccination

       (1) Animals must be healthy before they are vaccinated.

       (2) For domestic animals, they should adapt at home for at least 10 days, and can be vaccinated after no abnormality.

       (3) 14 days before the vaccination, the animals could not receive high immune serum, monoclonal antibody, immunization, etc.

       (4) The dog vaccine can be used for pregnant dogs and lactating dogs, while the cat vaccine can not be used for pregnant female cats.

       (5) No bathing or swimming is allowed within one week after vaccination.

       (6) One week after the initial immunization, the animals could go to public places, and cats could not contact with respiratory pathogens.

       2¡¢ Benefits of regular deworming:

       (1) Regular deworming can prevent pets from suffering from parasitic diseases.

       (2) Because some external parasites, such as fleas and ticks, are carriers of many infectious diseases, regular deworming can prevent pets from suffering from related infectious diseases.

       (3) Regular deworming can prevent family members from suffering from parasitic diseases and related infectious diseases.

       (4) Regular deworming can improve the effect of vaccination.

       What should be paid attention to when vaccinating cats:

       The first is age. Young pets should be vaccinated according to the instructions. In general, when cats are 12 weeks old, the maternal antibodies in their bodies have dropped to the non-interference level. Most infectious diseases should be inoculated at or after 12 weeks of age in order to protect the pets. Although old pets may have various antibodies, their titers may be low enough to resist diseases, so they still need to be vaccinated according to the immunization program.

       The second is physical and nutritional status. Poor health, malnutrition of the cat, the best way to improve the physique, strengthen nutrition, health after vaccination.

       Third, the disease is not vaccinated. At this time vaccination, because of the vaccine reaction and aggravate the disease. It may also be due to diseases in the body, so that the vaccine can not produce a good immune effect.

       Fourth, the reaction of attenuated vaccine is strong after injection. Generally, it is not suitable to inject pregnant female cats, especially pregnant female cats can not be injected with feline pan leukopenia (cat plague) vaccine. This vaccine can infect the fetus through the placental barrier, resulting in stillbirth, abortion, premature delivery or abnormal fetus with cerebellar dysplasia. If pregnant female cats are vaccinated, they can be vaccinated with inactivated vaccine.

       Fifthly, it’s a cat just bought or given by a friend. In particular, cats just bought from the market are generally not suitable for immediate vaccination because they may have come into contact with sick cats and come to a new environment and new home. They should go to the animal hospital for examination and feed for a week or two before they are vaccinated.

       Sixth, cats kept at home should still be vaccinated. Because the cat does not go out, but the owner of the house goes out, the pathogen may be brought home and infected with the cat.

       Finally, when vaccinating cats, it is best to do so in spring or autumn. Because the temperature in these two seasons is right, it helps the vaccine work.

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