Feline Vaccination

Cats also need vaccinations.

Our vaccines provide protection against

1. Feline leukaemia
2. Feline parvo-virus
3. Feline influenza.

The vaccine is given to kittens at nine weeks of age with a second vaccination three weeks later.
 
Routine yearly vaccination of adults is required to provide adequate protection.
 
As with all vaccines, if the vaccine has lapsed the course will need to be re-started at extra expense over the booster vaccination.

Check out our Flying Start Package

Cats also need vaccinations.

Our vaccines provide protection against

1. Feline leukaemia
2. Feline parvo-virus
3. Feline influenza.

The vaccine is given to kittens at nine weeks of age with a second vaccination three weeks later.
 
Routine yearly vaccination of adults is required to provide adequate protection.
 
As with all vaccines, if the vaccine has lapsed the course will need to be re-started at extra expense over the booster vaccination.

Check out our Flying Start Package
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Ballyclare Hospital
75 Ballynure Road
Ballyclare
BT39 9AG
028 9332 2223

Abbey Clinic
163 Doagh Road
Whiteabbey
BT36 6AA
028 9036 5573
Cavehill Clinic
136 Cavehill Road
Belfast
BT15 5BU
028 9071 8134

Carrick Clinic
Unit 1 Victoria Road,
Shopping Centre,
Carrickfergus, 
BT38 7JE



                                                   

Ballyclare Hospital
75 Ballynure Road
Ballyclare
BT39 9AG
028 9332 2223

Abbey Clinic
163 Doagh Road
Whiteabbey
BT36 6AA
028 9036 5573
Cavehill Clinic
136 Cavehill Road
Belfast
BT15 5BU
028 9071 8134

Carrick Clinic
Unit 1 Victoria Road,
Shopping Centre,
Carrickfergus, 
BT38 7JE