I have two questions
1. My cat always gets runny under the eyes, is that why he is getting cat flu?
2. Do you have to vaccinate your cat every year?
Some Persian cats tend to have watery eyes due to the special facial anatomy. They therefore need daily care; you can wash around the eyes with a so-called physiological saline solution (available at the pharmacy).
I’m not sure what you mean by ‘cat runny nose’. Normally the term is used for one of the diseases, which is covered by the usual vaccinations, so if the cat has been vaccinated, it is hardly the fault. Otherwise you can ask the vet.
Yes, it is necessary to vaccinate every year. Older cats (over the age of eight) may also need vaccination more often, because their immune system deteriorates with age.
The two diseases that are vaccinated against in the standard vaccination, namely feline colds and feline plague, can in unfortunate cases be transmitted by humans. In addition, the cat gets a general check of its health at the annual vaccination.