Kittens should be vaccinated from 9 weeks of age.
They have a course of 2 injections, 3 weeks apart
The vaccine protects against: flu, enteritis and leukemia.
The protective effects of vaccination are not immediate and the veterinary surgeon will advise you when your kitten may be allowed outside safely.
Immunity to these diseases does not last indefinitely and will gradually fall, leaving your cat at risk.
Yearly boosters are vital to maintain the immunity which will protect the cat from these infections and provide an opportunity for a yearly health check by our veterinary surgeon.