Why should I vaccinate my cat?
Vaccinating your cat’s is one of the most important ways in which you can keep them healthy and protected against some common infectious diseases.
Regular vaccinations protect your cat from:
- Feline Infectious Enteritis
- Feline Herpes Virus
- Feline Herpes Virus & Feline Calicivirus (‘cat flu’)
- Feline Leukemia Virus
It is important to vaccinate both indoor and outdoor cats as viruses can be transmitted from other contaminated pets or wild animals, clothing and footwear fibres and from contaminated water sources.
How often should I vaccinate my cat?
Kittens require two initial vaccinations. The first from the age of 9 weeks, followed by a second vaccinated 3 -4 weeks later.
Following this ‘primary course’, an annual booster is required each year after to ensure your cat stays protected.
Full ‘head-to-toe’ veterinary health checks are also provided during each vaccination as standard. This is to make sure that your pet is healthy, to spot any underlying issues and to address and other concerns that you may have.
Annual vaccinations are included in the Pet Health Club. Click here to find out how you can save money!