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Posted on 06-05-2017
Vaccines prevent cats and other animals from suffering serious viral and bacterial illnesses creating antibodies in the feline body that attack and eliminate the infection. Cats receiving vaccinations at our Atlanta cat hospital rapidly develop immunity to a variety of diseases that may cause permanent damage to a cat's health. In addition, immunized cats cannot pass infectious diseases to other cats they come in contact with, an especially critical factor supporting the importance of getting cat vaccinations in Marietta.
Core vaccines are vaccines essential to the health of both indoor and outdoor cats. They include:
Rabies vaccinations are mandatory in Georgia. Cats should be vaccinated against rabies by the time they are 12 weeks old. Animals infected with rabies may survive but usually suffer lifelong nervous system impairments that reduce their quality of life. For more information about core vaccines, please talk to your cat only veterinarian in Marietta GA.
Non-core vaccines are also provided at our cat hospital in Marietta. Certain cats need these vaccines more than others, especially cats living in multi-cat households and indoor/outdoor cats. Types of non-core feline vaccines include:
Kittens around nine weeks old should begin receiving their initial vaccinations, followed by booster shots several weeks later. Afterwards, cat owners can discuss booster vaccination frequency with their cat veterinarian in Atlanta. Depending on a cat's risk for suffering certain feline diseases, some boosters may not be needed as frequently as others.
Schedule an appointment today at your Atlanta Cat Clinic to have your kitten or cat vaccinated from serious diseases. Areas we serve include Marietta, Atlanta, Acworth, Austell, Kennesaw, Roswell, Powder springs and Smyrna.
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