Vaccine for cats against Infectious Panleucopenia, Herpesvirus and Calicivirus respiratory infections
Combination of Feliniffa (P) and Corifelin (HC)
- Composed of Feliniffa and Corifelin
- Feliniffa: freeze-dried live vaccine against feline panleucopenia
- Corifelin: inactivated vaccine in oil adjuvant against feline viral rhinotracheitis
(caused by herpesvirus) and feline calicivirus infection
- Antigen Content:
- Feline Panleucopenia virus: 103 CCID50
- Herpesvirus fraction, at least 100 RID* units
- Purified Calicivirus, at least 1.3 mg
- Panleucopenia viral strain: PLI-IV strain
- Feline Rhinotracheitis viral strain: Herpevirus Type 1 (FHV1), C27
- Feline Calicivirus: FCV 255
- Resuspend Feliniffa freeze-dried vaccine with Corifelin
- Use immediately after reconstitution
Highly effective vaccine against the symptoms of cat 'flu’. Cat 'flu’ is the common
name given to two viruses: herpesvirus and calicivirus.
Herpesvirus commonly causes a severe discharge from the eyes and nose, and sometimes
ulcers of the eye leading to blindness. In very young or weak cats it may lead to
pneumonia and death. It is generally spread by close contact between cats. Once
infected, the virus can stay with the animals for the rest of its life, causing
repeated bouts of disease.
Calicivirus causes painful ulcers of the tongue, lameness and a generally less severe
discharge from eyes and nose. It is resistant to many disinfectants and easily spreads
on clothes and cat baskets.
Although no vaccine is 100% effective at preventing infection, LEUCORIFELIN has
been shown to significantly reduce the signs and spread of the disease.
< 3 months of age 2 injections - 1 st injection at 8 weeks of age and 2 nd injection
at 2-4 weeks later
> 3 months of age : 2 injections – 2 nd injections 2-4 weeks later