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Are cat vaccinations in Sheffield necessary?

Cat vaccinations in Sheffield are essential, they provide your cat with adequate protection from life-threatening diseases. Even indoor cats will still require cat vaccinations, but this may be a reduced course that only includes cat flu and enteritis, many cat owners will choose to have the full set of cat vaccinations each year, just as a precaution in case their cat was to venture off exploring in the outside world.

What happens if I don't have my cat vaccinated in Sheffield?

If you choose not to vaccinate, there is a chance that your cat will get dangerous illnesses. The majority of catteries and boarding facilities demand current "cat vaccination in Sheffield" and won't accept unvaccinated animals because doing so could endanger the other animals boarding with them if you have to go out of town.

Should you still vaccinate an older cat in Sheffield?

In Sheffield, if your cat is in good health and condition, we would always advise getting them vaccinated. Your cat will be protected and given the best chance for a long and happy life with cat vaccinations in Sheffield.

Would a vet be able to tell if a cat has been vaccinated?

Although it is impossible to determine if a cat in Sheffield has had a vaccination in person, you can find out if it has by looking at its cat vaccination card, past medical records, or microchip information. The veterinarians at Peak Vets are capable of looking into the past of your cat.

What will my cat be vaccinated against?

Our cat vaccination in Sheffield can protect against the following:

  • Feline Chlamydophila
  • Cat Flu
  • Feline Leukaemia Virus
  • Feline Enteritis

Please give us a call so that we can discuss any cat vaccinations in Sheffield that might be necessary for your feline companion.

Cat Vaccinations FAQs

Why are cat vaccinations necessary?

Vaccinations are essential for providing your cat with adequate protection from life-threatening and debilitating diseases. There is the option of Titre testing, which involves blood samples to determine your cat’s immunity. Unfortunately, this is not always 100% reliable and can be costly to perform. Cats also staying in boarding or cattery facilities are often required to be vaccinated if you're planning to go on holiday.

Do indoor cats need vaccinations?

Indoor cats still require vaccines, but this may be a reduced course that only includes cat flu and enteritis. However, many indoor cat owners still have a full vaccination course each year just in case their cat decides to go out exploring!

What happens if you don't vaccinate your cat?

Deciding not to vaccinate runs the risk of your cat contracting various harmful diseases. If you want to travel with your cat or need them to stay in boarding facilities or catteries, most sites require up-to-date vaccination status and will not accept unvaccinated animals. A yearly vaccination course can help to protect your cat so they can live a happy and healthy life.

Should you vaccinate an older cat?

As long as your cat is fit and healthy, we would always recommend vaccinations for your cat. These vaccinations provide protection from harmful diseases.

Can a vet tell if a cat has been vaccinated?

There is no way to tell if a cat has been vaccinated physically; however, if your cat has a vaccination card, previous vet records or microchip details, our team can look into your cat's history where possible.

How much does it cost to vaccinate a cat?

At Peak Vets, we understand that vaccinations can be costly, as can all healthcare for your feline friend. This is why we have introduced our Pet Health for Life plans. These have been designed to help pet owners spread the cost of health care evenly throughout the year whilst ensuring that their pet receives all necessary healthcare when needed on an annual basis. 

Vaccinations are included in our Cat Pet Health for Life Plan when your cat receives their annual health check with us. 

If you have not yet signed your pet up to our plans, or would like to know now, click here