Cat Vaccines

We advise that your cat is vaccinated at 8 weeks old, again at 12 weeks old and then on an annual basis.  The annual vaccine is a booster, boosters are required to keep your cat immune.

Types of vaccinations

Routine cat vaccinations against:


Calicivirus is a respiratory disease that is common in cats the virus attacks their lungs, nasal passages, mouth, respiratory tract, causes ulceration of the intestines, tongue and musculoskeletal system.

Viral Rhinotracheitis

Rhinotracheitis is an upper body respiratory infection of the throat and nose, the disease can cause death by pneumonia in young kittens.


A viral infection cause by feline parvovirus, it is highly contagious and can be fatal to the animal.

Leukaemia virus

This is a retrovirus that infects cats normally transferred by saliva or nasal secretions from other cats. If the animal’s immune system cannot defend this virus the virus can cause diseases (cancer) that can be fatal.