Some people don’t realise that kittens and cats need regular vaccinations just like puppies and dogs do. By getting routine vaccinations for your feline companions will greatly reduced their risk of contracting several feline diseases.
A kitten should be vaccinated around nine weeks old and a second round of vaccinations should be given at 12 weeks. Then they should have a booster vaccination yearly. These regular boosters will help give your cat protection against cat “flu”, feline parvovirus and feline leukemia.
Below are some of the diseases and vaccinations that your cat should have to keep them healthy and fit.
Feline infectious enteritis also known as FIE is a severe and often fatal internal infection. It is caused by feline parvovirus and this type of vaccination has been very successful in preventing