Vaccinations are available for Feline Panleucopaenia, Herpesvirus, Calicivirus and Feline Leukaemia. We give them according to the most recent guidelines - some parts only need to be given a few times in the cat’s life - talk to us about what we do.
Microchipping - it is not compulsory for all cats to be chipped but it’s a really good idea. Not only because they can easily stray and get lost, but also there is a myriad of gadgets that recognise an idchip and help you look after your pet.
Parasite treatment to include fleas, ticks, round and tapeworms as appropriate to their lifestyle.
Recommendations for neutering - timing and where to go for this.
Advice on feeding, which is so important throughout life, especially as they age.
Pure bred registered cats will come from the breeder already vaccinated and therefore will be over twelve weeks of age. Sometimes they will have been neutered. They may have waiting lists for certain breeds.
Moggies, the majority of our domestic pets, will usually be rehomed about 8-9 weeks of age. Regardless of this, it’s important to see them younger if possible, with their mum, to assess her temperament.