We strongly advise that Kittens and Cats are vaccinated. The Kitten vaccinations help to protect against Feline Panleucopaenia Virus (feline enteritis), Feline Rhinotracheitis Virus (feline flu), Feline Calici Virus (feline flu) and Feline Leukaemia Virus. The first vaccination can be given as young as nine weeks of age, with the second given three weeks after, but not before twelve weeks of age.
Our Premium Pet Care Plan includes the second vaccination, and annual boosters thereafter, plus all worming and flea/tick treatments, half-price microchipping, complimentary nurse consults to monitor development and assist you with any questions or concerns, plus a 10% discount off Vet consultations and surgery, including neutering. And best of all, it’s only £10 a month.
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We also recommend annual booster vaccinations to maintain protection against serious infectious disease, which include a full physical examinations. All Cats should be regularly treated to kill parasitic worms; this is for both your Cat’s health and also the health of any children they may come into contact with. Kittens should be wormed monthly until six months old and adult Cats should be treated every three months. Cats also require regular treatment for external parasites, especially fleas.
We encourage all clients to take out insurance cover for your Cat, to help cover some veterinary treatment fees. You can find out more about insurance by clicking here.