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Kittens require vaccinations since maternal antibodies obtained from their mother decrease after weaning, so they require several boosters to ensure they have the maximum antibody response to help protect them against highly contagious and often fatal diseases. During this visit the Vet will give your kitten a good check over to ensure optimum health.

The first vaccination is given to kittens between 6-8 week's of age, the second at 12-14 week's and the third at 16-18 weeks and then yearly for the rest of the cat's life.

An annual visit to the Vet for vaccinations and thorough check over every year is extremely important as pets age an equivalent of 4 to 7 human life years in a 12 month period.