Cats

For the caring cat owner, Tararua Vets has included topical features on cat care and maintenance.

 

Kittens

Vaccinating, feeding, de-sexing, worming etc are all things that need to be done in the early months to ensure your kitten grows into a healthy, happy cat.  

 

Older Cats

These are the years when we need to keep an eye on things.  Regular health checks ensure you know that your cat is happy and healthy. 

 

Vaccinations

A brief summary

9 weeks Health Check & Felocell 3
12 weeks Health Check & Felocell 3
1 year Health Check & Felocell 3
2 years Health Check
3 years Health Check
4 years Health Check & Felocell 3

 

  • Kittens should not be allowed out of the house until the completion of the kitten vaccination course at 12 weeks old.
  • We do not recommend vaccination against Feline Chlamydiosis or Feline Leukaemia Virus (FeLV).
  • Both vaccines are associated with a significant risk of adverse reaction, which outweighs the potential benefit of vaccination.

 

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