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Animals: Feline (Cat) 2 Test Kit

Vaccines, parasites etc. specific to cats.

33 vials.

Animals: Feline (Cat) 2 Test Kit

Ref: 8128



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    Vaccines, parasites etc. specific to cats.

    33 vials.


    PLEASE NOTE: these are not for home use or laboratory testing. Do not buy this kit, unless you know how to use it.


    In some countries it is illegal to treat animals without the overall supervision of a veterinarian.


    We also have a Feline Combination Pack, which containes this kit and Feline Kit 1.






    AF2 01

    Feline Immunodeficiency Virus


    Compromises the immune system.

    AF2 02

    Campylobacter Jejuni


    Causes problems most often in cats younger than 6 months, shelter cats, or immunocompromised cats. The bacteria can also be found in healthy cats showing no symptoms. Cats may develop severe disease for three to seven days, with diarrhea and decreased appetite.

    AF2 03

    Clostridium Perfringens


    Causes diarrhoea.

    AF2 04

    Microsporum Canis    


    Common cause of ringworm in cats as well as dogs.

    AF2 05

    Microsporum Gypseum


    Common cause of ringworm in cats.

    AF2 06

    Trichophyton Mentagrophytes


    Causes ringworm.

    AF2 07

    Chlamydia Psittaci / Chlamydophila Psittaci


    Causes chylamydiosis, symptoms include signs of an upper respiratory infection, such as watery eyes, runny nose, and sneezing.

    AF2 08

    Feline Leukaemia / FeLV


    PUREVAX® FeLV/RCP Vaccine

    AF2 09

    Feline Leukaemia & Rhinotracheitis



    AF2 10

    Feline RCPL


    Purevax® RC. Combined vaccine for feline Rhinotracheitis, Feline Caliciviris, Feline Panleucopenia and Feline Leukaemenia.

    AF2 11

    Feline Tricat Vaccine


    Combined feline viral rhinotracheitis, calici virus and panleucopenia vaccines.

    AF2 12

    Ancylostoma Caninum / Hookworm


    One of the most common intestinal parasites; found in warm and temperate climates. Can cause severe disease including aneemia and serious diarrhoea; growth in young animals is stunted, and the hair coat may appear dull and dry. In severe infestations, animals may cough. or develop pneumonia

    AF2 13

    Ancylostoma Duodenale /  Hookworm, Eggs and Adult


    One of the most common intestinal parasites of cats (especially  kittens), and can cause severe disease including anAemia and serious diarrhOea.

    AF2 14

    Ancylostoma Tubaeformae


    A hookworm that infects cats worldwide; infection can occur by penetration of the skin, eating other hosts such as birds, or by directly consuming it; causes anaemia and compromises the immune system; causes dermatitis in humans.

    AF2 15

    Babesia Cati


    Anorexia and lethargy.

    AF2 16

    Babesia Felis


    Anorexia and lethargy.

    AF2 17

    Ctenocephalides Canis / Dog Flea

    Parasite (External)

    Dog fleas can also live on cats; can spread Dipylidium caninum.

    AF2 18

    Ctenocephalides Felis / Cat Flea / Feline Flea

    Parasite (External)

    Found on cats (and also dogs); can cause flea allergy dermatitis; can cause dehydration if large infestation.

    AF2 19

    Cryptosporidium Parvum


    Healthy cats may be symptom free; in immunocompromised or kittens, diarrhoea, loss of appetite, low-grade fever and dehydration can develop.

    AF2 20

    Dipylidium Caninum / Tapeworm, Eggs, Immature and Mature Proglottid


    The most common tapeworm of the cat, causes few problems in the adult host but can result in digestive upsets and stunting of growth in kittens.

    AF2 21

    Dirofilaria Immitis / Dog Heartworm


    Causes heartworm disease in cats; present in many countries particularly  the USA, Canada, and southern Europe.

    AF2 22

    Felicola Subrostratus / Felicola Subrostrata on ear


    Louse found in Australia, Europe and North America; found in large numbers only on elderly or sick cats especially if they are long-haired

    AF2 23

    Isospora Spp./Cystoisospora Spp., Oocysts and Adult


    Infect the intestines in cats and can cause disease, referred to as intestinal or enteric coccidiosis;  can cause bloody or watery diarrhea, weight loss, dehydration, and, in more serious cases, anorexia, vomiting, and depression.  In severe cases, intestinal coccidiosis can be fatal.

    AF2 24

    Otodectes Cynotis / Ear Mite

    Parasite (External)

    Tiny parasite that lives out their life cycle mostly inside the ear canal. They are quite common and can cause severe irritation and itchiness of the ears.

    AF2 25

    Physaloptera Spp.


    Can be asymptomatic, or may have gastric symptoms, particularly vomiting.

    AF2 26

    Spirometra Erinaceieuropaei


    Often asymptomatic.

    AF2 27

    Strongyloides Stercoralis 


    Causes bloody diarhoea. Found worldwide, espescially in warmer regions in South America and southeast Asia.

    AF2 28

    Taenia Taeniaeformis in liver


    Parasitic tapeworm; often no symptoms.

    AF2 29

    Toxascaris Leonina, Egg and Larvae


    a common parasitic roundworm; may show no symptoms; may have diarrhoea, vomiting, loss of appetite, experience thinning, dull coats, and in kittens, can develop distended abdomens.

    AF2 30

    Toxocara Cati / Feline Roundworm


    One of the most common nematodes of cats; in adult cats, the infection – which is called toxocariasis – is usually asymptomatic, but in juvenile cats can be fatal.

    AF2 31

    Toxoplasma Gondii, Cysts and Trophozites

    Parasite, Protozoa

    Primary hosts; may be symptom-free or have lethargy, depression, fever, weight los, etc.

    AF2 32

    Trichuris Trichiura / Cat Whipworm


    Diarrhoea, weight loss and dehydration.

    AF2 33

    Trichuris Vulpis / Cat Whipworm


    Diarrhoea, weight loss and dehydration.

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