Veterinarian makes a case for vaccinating indoor cats

09/5/2011 | AnnArbor.com (Mich.)

Indoor cats aren't immune to certain diseases that can be prevented by vaccines, including the highly contagious panleukopenia virus, which can survive on surfaces for a year or more and shuts down a cat's immune system, says veterinarian Bill MacArthur. Dr. MacArthur recommends a combination vaccine for panleukopenia and two other viruses that attack the respiratory system, as well as rabies vaccines, for all indoor cats.

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