You can also just vax for Panleuk only.

On Sun, Oct 7, 2012 at 5:48 PM, Beth <> wrote:

> Mine were not symptomatic at the time they got the FVRCP. They became
> symptomatic immediately afterward. If there is a huge risk of getting
> panleukopenis (sp?)  You might want to take the risk - if you rescue a lot
> from AC. Otherwise it is another thing for their immune system to deal
> with. I don't give any of my cats FVRCP vax anymore since I stopped
> fostering except fot the FeLVs.
> Sharyl <> wrote:
> >Again it really depends on the kitten.  I've rescued 10 FeLV kittens.
> All had their rabies shot and initial series of FVRCP shots.  All were
> asymptomatic at the time.  None got sick from the vaccines.  I eventually
> lost all of them to FeLV.  They lived from 1 yr to 4 yrs.  It is a decision
> each individual has to make.  Mine got their rabies vax because it is
> required by law.  They got the FVRCP series of 2 shots because I did not
> want to risk them getting distemper.
> >
> >There is no one rule that applies to all cats except to love them and
> give them the best food and care you can.  It broke my heart to lose my
> FeLV babies but they brought me so much joy.  I only hope I was able to
> give them 1/2 of what they gave me.
> >
> >Hugs to yours
> >Sharyl
> >
> >
> >________________________________
> > From: Beth <>
> >To:
> >Sent: Sunday, October 7, 2012 8:44 AM
> >Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Vaccinations
> >
> >Don't. My one got sick immediately after an FvRCP annual vaccination
> >
> >Lorrie <> wrote:
> >
> >>What are your opinions on vaccinating FelV positive kittens??
> >>They are 5 months old and should have their first vaccinations,
> >>but I've had immune compromised kittens die from them, so I worry.
> >>They do not go outside but are confined to three large rooms in
> >>my cat sanctuary.
> >>
> >>Lorrie
> >>
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