Feline parvovirus is a highly contagious, often lethal disease causing severe diarrhea in cats.

Feline herpesvirus-1 is a highly contagious virus causing respiratory infection. Permanent damage can occur to the nasal mucosa of affected cats leading to recurrent rhinitis and chronic sinusitis.

Rabies is a fatal, zoonotic disease affecting the brain and neurological system.

Feline leukemia is a virus that causes a variety of symptoms including cancers, anemia and immunosuppression, leading to infections with other diseases. Cats contract the virus from direct contact with another infected cat, usually through a cat bite, grooming or sharing food and water dishes. The feline leukemia vaccine is recommended for cats that go outdoors, potentially contacting with other cats who may be infected. It is also recommended for cats in multiple cat households where the introduction of new cats is common.

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