FVRCP - This is a modified live vaccine which protects against multiple organisms.
FELINE VIRAL RHINOTRACHEITIS - A disease of the upper respiratory tract caused by a herpesvirus. This disease is extremely common and resembles a human cold. Infected cats and kittens sneeze, are congested, and have runny eyes. Herpesvirus's are characterized by their ability to induce a latent state.
Herpesvirus infects cats for life. The majority of the time this infection is latent and the cat is not ill. However, in times of stress, the virus can reassert itself and the cat may sneeze or suffer from eye irritation.
Latency: The ability of an organism to infect an animal but cause no clinical manifestation of disease (Animal is infected but is not sick).
CALICIVIRUS - A virus which causes upper respiratory clinical signs similar to Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis.
PANLEUKOPENIA - A viral disease of young kittens characterized by severe vomiting and diarrhea.