Vaccinations protect against


  • cat flu (herpes and calici virus)

  • feline enteritis

  • feline leukaemia

  • feline chlamydia


They can start as early as nine weeks of age with a second injection three weeks later.  Do not let your kitten encounter oth­er cats until it has had a full course and is properly ­protected. 


Thereafter annual boosters are required to maintain immunity.