Most infectious diseases are more prevalent in kittens. Kittens less than 6-months-old are more susceptible to infection and disease than adult cats. Therefore, kittens represent a primary target population for vaccines.
Vaccination plays an important role in the control of infectious diseases, both for an individual cat, as well as the cat population (herd health.) Our goal is to vaccinate each cat only against infectious agents to which it has a realistic risk of exposure. This means we aim to vaccinate…