Kitten and Cat Vaccination

By: Walkerville Vet  05-Oct-2012
Keywords: Cat Vaccination, Kitten Vaccination

Kittens are best vaccinated three times, at 6 to 8 weeks, 12 weeks and 16 weeks. Kittens are vaccinated with ‘F3’ vaccines including calicivirus and herpesvirus (cat flu) and feline enteritis protection. Recently, we have also been able to help protect them from the feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV, similar to the AIDS virus, HIV) by using an FIV vaccine. This is now recommended at the same time as the F3 due to the high risk of infection in cats with outdoor access. Other vaccines are also available and may be recommended depending on the circumstances. Don't forget our free puppy and kitten checks!

Keywords: Cat Vaccination, Kitten Vaccination

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