Vaccinating your cat against infectious diseases, as well as microchipping and neutering your cat are some of the most important aspects of cat care. While most adult felines adopted from Cats Protection will have had all three, you'll need to make sure your kitten has had all necessary treatments.
Neutering your cat is a simple operation, with many health benefits. Essential for preventing unwanted kittens and reducing the spread of disease, it is advised that owners neuter their cat from four months of age or younger.More about neutering
Microchipping is the safest and simplest way of permanently identifying your cat. The chip carries a unique ID number, allowing the cat to be traced back to you should they stray and be scanned. Keep your details updated when you move house to ensure a speedy and safe reunion.More about microchipping
Kittens and adult cats should be vaccinated to help them stay healthy. They'll need the first vaccine at around eight to nine weeks, with a booster dose at 12 weeks. Your cat will need regular vaccinations throughout their life to help keep them protected against disease.More about vaccinations