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Cat vaccination, how does it protect?

January 25, 2022

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#rowanrecommends having your cat vaccinated against common diseases. But what are those diseases and how do they affect your pet?
One disease that vaccination protects your cat against is Feline Panleucopenia (FPV). This is also known as feline parvovirus and is frequently fatal. It causes vomiting and bloody diarrhoea and is a common infection that is highly contagious. The virus can survive for long periods of time in the environment. Vaccination is highly effective at protecting cats.

Download our leaflet HERE to find out more about the other diseases vaccination protects your cat against.  Why not ask about joining our pet health club where you can pay for your pet’s preventative health care products on a monthly basis and it includes their vaccination.

If you’d like to book your cat in for their vaccination, contact the client care team on PetsApp or by calling 01772 639800 OR 01253 766352.

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