Kitten Vaccination Packages
Vaccination packages for kittens with free extras
We have put together a comprehensive package with everything your new kitten needs.
|Full vaccination course plus free dose of flea treatment, worming treatment and free microchip||
Kittens must be healthy at the time of vaccination, so your kitten will be given a free health check. You will also receive up to 4 weeks free and your kitten will be given a free dose of flea treatment.
Routine kitten vaccinations (including a full health check) will protect your kitten against:
Cat Flu (Calicivirus and Herpes virus) Cat Flu is a serious and highly infectious respiratory disease that can affect both young and old cats.
Feline Infectious Enteritis (panleukopaenia). Feline Infectious Enteritis is a serious viral disease that causes death in most cases. It is now thankfully quite rare now as a large proportion of cats are vaccinated.
Feline Leukaemia is a viral disease which is invariably fatal once clinical signs develop. It is infectious and recent studies have indicated that about 11% of all cats in Great Britain are infected
8-9 weeks Your kitten can be given a their first vaccination (Cat Flu and Feline Infectious Enteritis)
12 weeks Your kitten can be given their second vaccination (Cat Flu and Feline Infectious Enteritis)
Kittens over 12 weeks Your kitten or an adult cat can be given a vaccination course at any age after 9 weeks. They will be given 2 vaccinations 3-4 weeks apart.
Kittens should not be allowed out of your house and garden and should not mix with unvaccinated cats until one week after their second injection.
Booster Vaccinations are given annually a year from the date of the second vaccination. This is a single injection. Your cat will receive a full health examination when they visit for their annual booster vaccination.
Rabies vaccinations are given to cats that are travelling outside the UK for holidays. Please ask a member of staff for details or visit https://www.gov.uk/take-pet-abroad/overview
We strongly advise continuing insurance beyond the initial free 4 week period.