Cats and kittens have risen in popularity to be the most commonly owned pet in the UK and it is easy to understand why this is the case. Cats have a great deal of appeal; they can be very affectionate, entertaining to watch at play and can generally be left to look after themselves with the minimum of input from their owners. This does make them well suited to a busy family with little time available. They do, however, need a certain amount of attention to their health, this includes appropriate vaccination against disease, parasite control against worms and fleas and nutrition appropriate to their age – kitten, adult or senior.
The following section helps answer the most common questions we are asked about cat healthcare. Please do call us if you have any questions about routine care for your cats, our staff will be happy to help you.