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Cat Vaccination Resource

Posted by odawas - Created: 8 years ago
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Posted by junemichael - 8 years ago

Have you wormed her yet? Do it asap if not and when you buy the wormer from the vet tell them it is for a 2 month old kitten. You need to worm her every week for a month and then every month until she is adult. She is really too young to be outside can you keep her in your home?

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Posted by odawas - 8 years ago

Thank you.

It is a female kitten, maybe 2 months old, she sleeps outside but she does come in during the day.

She does bit a lot, no other cats apart from wild adults in the area.

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Posted by junemichael - 8 years ago

Good for you!!! The very first thing you have to do is worm the cat, if you haven't already. Worms are a killer. The tablet cost a couple of euro. You have to do this every 1-2 months. Is the cat a kitten or an adult (rough age?). Do you have other cats? Are you keeping the cat inside your home or outside? I will give you any advice you need but you have to give me information about the cat first.

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Posted by odawas - 8 years ago

It seems healthy, bit thin, but want to give it the right health care

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Posted by junemichael - 8 years ago

You mean you have found a cat and taken it home and want to vaccinate it? It is healthy?

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Posted by odawas - 8 years ago

It is a cat I found by itself that needs care..

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Posted by junemichael - 8 years ago

As far as I know no vet will do this for free. Why do you ask? They are not that expensive about 15 euro.