Our practice will be undergoing some exciting renovation work from Monday 16 October. Please click here to view the latest information on how to access our services.

Our practice will be undergoing some exciting renovation work from Monday 16 October. Please click here to view the latest information on how to access our services.

  • Cat Vaccinations | Kitten Vaccinations | Boundary Vets

As a cat owner, it is crucial to recognise the importance of cat vaccinations throughout their lives. These vaccinations are an integral part of their healthcare routine, safeguarding them against diseases that can harm their well-being and lead to long-term medical conditions.

At Boundary Vets, we understand the significance of cat vaccinations as a fundamental aspect of their annual healthcare. That's why we provide vaccinations for kittens from 8 weeks onward. Kittens will receive their initial and follow-up vaccinations, with annual boosters for adult cats.

For more information about cat vaccinations, you can find us online. 


Vaccinate Your Kitten

Kittens can be vaccinated starting from 8 weeks of age, ensuring they receive immunisation against diseases as early as possible. The primary vaccination helps kittens overcome any remaining maternal antibody protection. Secondary vaccinations are administered no later than 3 weeks after the first vaccine, allowing for early socialisation.

Vaccinating your kitten from 8 weeks onward is essential to provide lifelong protection. This also helps safeguard other cats and humans by preventing the transmission of potentially fatal diseases.


The Importance of Kitten Vaccinations Onwards

Vaccinating your kitten on an annual basis is not only vital for their healthcare but also helps keep your veterinary costs as low as possible. Vaccinations are designed to protect against harmful diseases that can result in long-term health problems or even fatality. Without vaccinations, your kitten or adult cat may become seriously ill, necessitating frequent treatment and increasing your veterinary expenses.

By vaccinating your cat, you can have peace of mind knowing they are shielded against harmful diseases.


Spread Your Pet Healthcare Costs – Pet Health for Life

At Boundary Vets, we understand that managing your cat's healthcare costs is a significant consideration. That's why we offer our Cat Pet Health for Life Plan.

This plan allows you to evenly spread the cost of your cat's healthcare throughout the year while ensuring they receive all the necessary health checks regularly. The Cat Pet Health for Life Plan includes:

*Provided when appropriate; may require a longer appointment.

For more information on our Cat Pet Health for Life Plan, visit our website and sign your cat up today. Alternatively, you can enquire about it during your next appointment or give us a call at 01235 538721.


Visit Boundary Vets in Abingdon

Boundary Vets in Abingdon is your local veterinary practice, dedicated to providing exceptional care for your pets since 2009.

We understand that your pets are cherished members of your family, and their health is of utmost importance to you—and it is to us too! That's why we maintain the highest standards of care across all our services.

Our services include microchipping, dental care, neutering, flea and worm treatment, vaccinations, endoscopy, pet acupuncture, annual health checks, and much more. To learn more about any of these services, please visit our website or contact our reception staff at 01235 538721 today.

If you'd like to register your pet with us, you can conveniently do so online before booking an appointment at your convenience.

We look forward to meeting your kitten or cat in clinic soon!