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Your cat’s health – advice on common ailments

At Calne Veterinary Centre we are always on hand with sound advice on how to keep your cat healthy and happy. Remember, if your cat is injured and needs a vet urgently, give us a call and make use of our emergency out-of-hours service.

Topics include:

Flea/Tick Treatment • Worming • Vaccination • Socialisation • Neutering

Common problems in cats

Feline Cystitis • Kidney failure in Cats

CALL 01249 811 944

Keep your cat in the best of health.


Flea/Tick Treatment

Should be either given monthly or three monthly depending on the product used and age of kitten – ask at reception for further details, as there are tablets & pipettes available.


Should start at 2 weeks, then be given every 2 weeks until 12 weeks, then monthly until 6 months and thereafter 3 monthly.

A 3-day treatment for kittens that have not previously been wormed is available.


Vaccination is the only safe way to provide immunity against a number of dangerous infectious diseases which can affect your cat. We vaccinate against Flu, Enteritis, Feline Leukaemia, Herpes Virus and Calicivirus.

A primary course of vaccinations can begin from nine weeks of age, with a second vaccination given 3 weeks later. Thereafter, annual visits to the vet will the appropriate booster vaccinations to be given, together with an annual health check.


Female Cat: 5 – 6 months.

Male Cat: 5 – 6 months.

“Thank you for the care and support you gave to our family and Max over the past 14 years. We will miss our monthly visits.”

J & M