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This issue is often discussed in specialized forums and distributed in veterinary clinics. It would seem that with walking cats everything is clear. They are in daily contact with other animals, which means they need vaccinations. But what if a cat never leaves the apartment? Does she need a vaccination?
In practice, specialists do not distinguish between walking and domestic cats. Vaccination is indicated both first and second. Moreover, this is not just a recommendation, but a mandatory measure – the key to safety of both the pet itself and those around it.
But how can a domestic cat become infected? To answer this question, let’s see how viruses spread. Most often, the virus is transmitted by airborne droplets. An example is the following sequence: a sick cat sneezes and releases cells damaged by the virus into the air, a healthy cat inhales them, and infection occurs through its mucous membrane. Continue reading