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Being a licensed cattery it is essential that cats are fully vaccinated against Feline Enteritis and Upper Respiratory Infection (cat flu). Up to date vaccination certificates will need to be seen every visit.
If your cat has never been vaccinated please allow yourself enough time to do this because it will take a period of four weeks to complete.
The first injection is a combination of enteritis and flu, the second injection of flu must be given 3 - 4 weeks later.
Enteritis being a single dose.
If your cats annual booster has lapsed then he/she will need to start again with the course as above.
Could you please ensure also that your cat is regularly treated against fleas and worms (for fleas it is usually monthly and every 3 - 6 months for worm treatments).
If your cat is found to have either they will be treated and the cost recouped from the owner.
There is currently a strain of flea that is resistant to most treatments apart from the ones supplied by your Veterinary Surgeon.
Fleas are one of the most common parasites and if the infestation is severe enough it could cause anaemia. If scratching or itching is noticed you should groom your cat with a fine toothed comb on a white surface. If black spots appear on the surface or in your comb then this is flea faeces and should be dealt with using a product from your vet. Many on the market do not work.
Pets can become infected with a wide range of parasitic worms, many of which can be passed on to us. Which could potentially cause serious health problems.
Hope you find this information useful.
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