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Discussion in 'Cat Health and Nutrition' started by cherrie_b, Jun 23, 2010.


  1. cherrie_b

    cherrie_b PetForums VIP

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    to get a kitten vaccinated? I have read that they can get a little sick from them so would it be best to wait for a little while until my little Oscars immune system is strongerererer??? :D
     
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    Nine & twelve weeks are the best ages.
     
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    As far as i know there first jab should be around 8 weeks then 12 weeks. They have there mothers amunity for around the 6 weeks after birth then need to get there jabs to be covered. Generally it will only make your kitty a little off colour for a day or so and they normally just sleep. Very occasionally will a cat react badly from there jab.
     
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    Lola went for her vaccinations yesterday. She is to have her second one in 3 weeks. I think I will wait until then and take my little Oscar to have his vaccinations myself. He will be 2 days under 8 weeks when I collect him so I will wait.

    Thanks everyone :) xx
     
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