Vaccinations help to safeguard your cat from potentially lethal diseases and prevent them from spreading to other cats and humans. Kittens are usually protected from many infectious diseases courtesy of their vaccinated mother’s milk. This protection won’t last forever and so kittens should be vaccinated once they reach 9 to 12 weeks old.
Cats should be vaccinated against the following diseases:
- Feline Leukaemia virus
- Herpes virus
- Infectious enteritis