Cat Vaccinations in Atlanta & North Georgia: $45
Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (FVR) – This virus is an upper respiratory infection also known as feline influenza and feline coryza. FVR is highly contagious and can cause severe disease including death from pneumonia, particularly in young kittens.
Feline Calicivirus (FCV) – Highly contagious and widespread, FCV is easily transmitted between cats by sneezing and other forms of contact. Nearly every cat will be exposed to FCV at some point in its life.
Feline Panleukopenia – Also known as feline distemper, panleukopenia is highly contagious and can be fatal. Over 90% of cats that contract distemper will die if not treated. Without cat vaccinations, feline distemper is easily transmitted between cats and it is highly likely that your cat will be exposed to this deadly disease. Symptoms include depression, loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, and eventually death.
Feline Rabies – A fatal infection of the nervous system, rabies attacks all warm blooded animals, including humans. Rabies is a public health hazard and it can be transmitted from cats to humans. There is no cure for rabies. Cat vaccinations are your pet’s only protection and are required by law.
Annual Fecal Analysis – This test screens your pet for intestinal parasites. In large numbers, these parasites can cause intestinal blockages, bloody diarrhea, and even premature death. Microscopic examinations of your pet’s stool should be performed yearly for early protection and treatment. Some intestinal parasites and worms can be transferred to humans.