Vaccinating Your Cat
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Vaccinating your cat is very important for their health and for the control of infectious disease, not only for your cat but for the cat population as a whole. Kittens can typically be vaccinated from 9 and 12 weeks of age.
The greater the proportion of the population that is vaccinated the lower the risk for your cat, even when they themselves are vaccinated. Side effects of vaccination are rare, and the benefits outweigh any risks involved.
We recommend the vaccination of your cat throughout their life. Current evidence suggests that they are equally at risk of cat flu and enteritis, whatever their age. Even cats that never go outside can contract infectious diseases.
Remember prevention is better than cure!