Kittens

Kittens are given two injections 3 weeks apart and which vaccinations they are given will depend on whether they are going to be completely indoor cats or have access to outside. The vet will be able to discuss vaccination and all aspects of your kitten’s health at their check-up. We recommend annual booster vaccinations to keep your cat’s immunity strong.

Our kitten vaccination consults are a great opportunity for our vets to give your kitten a full health check and to discuss other important health issues. A nurse will then spend time with you and your kitten discussing everything from feeding to insurance.

1st Vaccination & free ‘Cuddle Consult’

2nd Vaccination (included in price of the 1st)

From 9 weeks of age

3 weeks after first vaccination

 
 
We vaccinate kittens against the following diseases:
 

Feline Herpes Virus (FHV)

A viral infection which causes ‘flu’ symptoms and can make cats reluctant to eat.

Feline Calicivirus (FCV)

This viral infection causes cat flu and like FHV can make cats really unwell.

Feline Panleucopaenia

A viral infection which can cause bloody diarrhoea, decrease your cat’s immunity and ultimately cause death.

Feline Leukaemia (FeLV)

A viral disease which can cause a range of symptoms. It also has a role in the development of tumours such as lymphoma.

 
 
Cats
 
We recommend annual booster vaccinations to keep your cat’s immunity strong. Your pet will be given a full health check by a vet as part of their annual check-up.
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Nine Mile Veterinary Practice is part of CVS (UK) Limited, a company which owns over 200 veterinary practices within the UK. Company Registration Number 03777473 – Registered Office: CVS House Vinces Road Diss Norfolk IP22 4AY.