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What vaccinations does my cat need?

All cats, including indoor ones, should be vaccinated annually as they too are prone to contacting serious diseases, including:

Cat Flu – can be described as being similar to human flu which affects the respiratory system. Two common viruses, Feline Herpesvirus (FHV) and Feline Calicivirus (FCV), are responsible for most cases of Cat Flu and symptoms include:
– sneezing,
– sore eyes,
– a runny nose and
– coughing.
In general, cat flu can last up to 10 days. Due to the many strains of Cat flu out there it’s impawsible to prevent the disease but annual vaccination is the best method of prevention. Our easivac offers lifetime protection for your cat. Sign up online!

Feline Infectious Enteritis, FIE, (also called Feline Parvovirus or Panleukopenia Virus) causes severe damage to the lining of the intestine and also travels via the blood to the bone marrow and lymph glands. It is a very serious, highly contagious virus which sadly has a high mortality rate. Infected cats experience sudden, severe diarrhoea and vomiting.

Feline Leukaemia Virus (FeLV) is a virus that attacks the cat’s immune system, and is the most common cause of cancer in cats. Symptoms of the disease can develop over time and signs include:
– progressive weight loss,
– fever,
– poor coat condition and
– inflamed gums.
Currently, there’s no treatment for feline leukaemia, so vaccination is vital.

Chlamydophila Felis is an infection of the eyes which causes conjunctivitis. The infection can affect all ages of cats but is especially prevalent in kittens. Symptoms include:
– runny and sticky eyes,
– sneezing and
– nasal discharge.
Chlamydophilia can be treated with antibiotics but we recommend vaccinating against it to prevent infection.

kitten vaccination advice

Does my kitten need vaccinating?

Due to their weakened immune system kittens can be more prone to picking up nasty diseases.

We recommend getting your precious new bundle of joy vaccinated as soon as possible – usually with their 1st vaccine being administered as early as 9 weeks of age. The 2nd vaccine is then given 3-4 weeks later. Contact your nearest vet clinic to find out more or book your kitten’s vaccinations and start protecting your cat today!

How much do cat vaccinations cost?

Vaccinations’ prices might vary from practice to practise and the cost will also depend on the vaccinations your kitten receives. We offer competitive prices for kitten and cat vaccinations as well as healthcare plans for your furry friend to help you spread the cost of preventative veterinary treatment and to keep your four-legged companion happy and healthy.

Did you know?

We have three amazing value healthcare plans that include your cat’s vaccinations, so keeping your pet healthy has never been so cheap. Don’t delay vaccinating your pet!

We offer starter packs for kittens, which cover full vaccination course, flea and worm treatment, full health check and free microchip.

Easivac will give you peace of mind and protect your feline friend from infectious diseases and viruses thanks to annual booster vaccinations.

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