From kneading to nudging, our feline friends give us so much and ask for little in return. These affectionate activities show that your cat trusts you – and trusts that you will take care of her. A long, happy and healthy life for any cat starts with a preventive plan that incorporates vaccines.
More cats are infected with rabies than any other pet in the U.S.1, and all it takes to contract this deadly disease is exposure to an infected animal through a bite2. Vaccination is an important way to help protect your pet against rabies.
The PUREVAX ® Feline Rabies vaccines provide protection without the need for adjuvants, vaccine additives that may present potential risks to feline patients, such as injection site reactions and chronic inflammation3,4.
PUREVAX Feline Rabies vaccines are the only rabies vaccines made specifically for cats. They are pure, safe and proven to provide effective protection.
There is no cure or treatment for rabies and infection is fatal. Initial signs of a rabies infection include noticeable changes in temperament, in which the animal may become aggressive and anxious5.
Did you know that there are many animals that can transmit rabies? Your cat could be at risk of exposure from rabid raccoons, bats, skunks, foxes and coyotes1. Indoor cats can even come in contact with bats – an important reservoir for this devastating virus.
There are approximately 94.2 million pet cats in the U.S.6. Even with cats kept strictly indoors, it is still important to get them vaccinated.
In 2015, nearly 250 cats were diagnosed with rabies, which was almost three times higher than the number of rabid dogs1.
Did you know kittens as young as 12 weeks of age can be vaccinated? Talk to your veterinarian about PUREVAX Feline Rabies vaccines, the only adjuvant-free rabies vaccines available.
Your cat can come into contact with many animals that may have rabies. Use the Feline Defender game to aim, fire and see how many times you can protect the cat from rabid invaders.
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