All cat breeds have associated health issues, and ethical breeders everywhere do their best to minimise the chance of hereditary diseases being passed down. That being said, all kittens must be vaccinated to prevent any illnesses and infections. Complying with the vaccination calendar is a must to minimise the possibility of fatal outcomes.
The deworming process readies the kittens for their vaccinations. It is carried out twice with a 10 day interval in between.
The main aspect of preparing an animal for the introduction of a vaccine is deworming. It is carried out twice before vaccination with an interval of 10 days. It also does not interfere with etching fleas and ticks before this and passing tests to make sure that the pet is completely healthy.
The calendar outlined above meets the international vaccination standard. After each vaccine, a label with the details of what was administered is added to the pet’s passport, with the date written next to the sticker.
It is important to note that all countries have their own sets of cat vaccination rules, without which the animal might be denied entry.