How to Vaccinate Kittens

Sienna’s 9 week old kitties prepare to get their first core vaccination.

I am using Nobivac Feline 1-HCP modified online injection. It is a tried and tested 1-year core vaccination that protects against all current variants that create rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and pahleukopenia in felines. This is non-adjuvanted formula and also is an optimum option for healthy and balanced indoor pet cats.

Advised for use in healthy and balanced pet cats 9 weeks of age or older. First dose provided at 9 weeks of age or older, second dosage administered 3 – 4 weeks later with annual revaccination with one dose is suggested.

UC Davis Feline Vaccination Guidelines:
” Feline Herpesvirus 1, Feline Calicivirus and Feline Panleukopenia Virus Vaccines: For initial kittycat vaccination (₤ 16 weeks), one dosage of parenteral vaccination containing customized live virus (MLV) FHV1, FCV, as well as FPV is advised every 3-4 weeks from 6-8 weeks old, with the final booster being offered no sooner than 16 weeks of age. For pet cats older compared to 16 weeks of age, two dosages of injection containing changed real-time virus (MLV) FCV, fhv1, and fpv given 3-4 weeks apart are recommended. After a booster at one year, revaccination is recommended every 3 years thereafter for pet cats at low risk of direct exposure.”

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