Your New Kitten

Owning a kitten can be a whole new experience, we try to help by providing lots of support and making your visits to the vets as helpful as possible. It’s really imprortant to vaccinate your kitten to protect again various diseases – our kitten vaccination course starts with a first vaccine at 8 weeks and a second 3 weeks later. Your kitten can explore the great outdoors 1 week after the second vaccination.

If you need any help or advice before you get your kitten or before their first vaccine, we offer free advice and kitten checks to ensure your pet is fit and well and to advise on feeding, general care and any parasite control needed.

Slide What to expect from your first visit:
  • 15-minute Consultation to include full health check
  • Weight check
  • Advice on fleas, ticks and worms and a free spot-on treatment for your kitten.
  • Further advice on our pet health plans, insurance, micro-chipping, diet, dental care, behaviour, neutering. . Anything you like really!
  • Vale kitten pack
  • 1st vaccination and certificate
  • 4 weeks free pet insurance with Petplan (if required)
What to expect on your second visit:
  • 15 Minute Consultation with the vet or nurse
  • Weight Check
  • 2nd vaccination
  • Opportunity to ask any questions you may have

Slide Ongoing Care & Neutering After your kitten’s first vaccinations we would encourage you to come in as often as you like to see our veterinary nurses for a weight check, continued safe and effective parasite control and advice on feeding and general care. These check ups are free and are a really good time to chat about your kitten and discuss and problems or questions you may have.
We recommend neutering for your cat, we can perform the operation from 4 months onwards. For more information see click here.

Slide Ongoing Care & Neutering After your kitten’s first vaccinations we would encourage you to come in as often as you like to see our veterinary nurses for a weight check, continued safe and effective parasite control and advice on feeding and general care. These check ups are free and are a really good time to chat about your kitten and discuss and problems or questions you may have.
We recommend neutering for your cat, we can perform the operation from 4 months onwards. For more information see click here.