Cats - Vaccinations
Cats are now the most popular pets in Britain, far outnumbering dogs. They now live longer than ever before and enjoy better health than they ever have; many cats will live to 15 years of age, a few will exceed 20 years. To keep them healthy and active for as long as possible it is important to ensure proper care, nutrition and observe routine health checks and vaccinations.
Vaccination of cats can be carried out against feline leukaemia virus, cat flu, rabies, feline infectious enteritis and Chlamydia.
We recommend routine vaccination of kittens against feline leukaemia, feline infectious enteritis and cat flu from 9 weeks of age, with the second vaccine at 12 weeks and thereafter annual boosters.
Rabies vaccination need only be given if you intend taking your pet abroad.