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Prevention



WORMING (ANTIPARASITIC TREATMENT) - Preventive worming of an adult cat is done, on average, twice a year. The parasite examination of stool and adequate treatment before worming would be perfect. If the examination result is negative, the cat won’t have to be dewormed.



VACCINATIONS


A vaccination against rabies.

There is no obligatory vaccination for cats against rabies nowadays.

If your cat doesn’t go outside and doesn’t contact with other animals, there will be no necessity to vaccinate it against rabies.

But if your cat goes outside, has contact with other cats (animals) which go outside too,  travelers abroad or takes part in cat shows, it should be obligatory vaccinated.

ATTENTION! While vaccinating, ask your vet to do the injection into a limb, not into a neck.


Vaccinations against infectious diseases.

Cats may be vaccinated against respiratory tract infections caused by caliciviruses, herpesviruses, panleukopenia, chlamydiosis and leukemia.

All cats (also those, which doesn’t go out) should be vaccinated against infectious diseases. The vaccination schedule is standard and should be determined with your vet.


DENTAL CONTROL

As mentioned before, sphynx cats (I mean cats of other breeds) may have problem with diseases affected teeth and gums. If you’re in the surgery during the preventive vaccinations, ask your doctor for the control of your cat’s oral cavity.
AUTOR: MAGDALENA KOWAL-PASZEK www.nakedmoon.pl