Cats can be vaccinated for Parvovirosis and Sneezing disease. Both are viral diseases. The Sneezing disease can be complicated with bacterial infection as well. Cats are vaccinated for Parvovirosis every three years. The vaccination for Sneezing disease is done on a yearly basis.
Depending on your cats activity (eg. hunting), the deworming scheme can differ slightly. Generally, we advise quarterly deworming. You can discuss with your veterinarian if this scheme is suitable for your cat.
Kittens are dewormed on 3, 5, 7 and 9 weeks, then monthly until 6 months of age. After 6 months kittens follow the same scheme as adult cats do.
Travelling with your cat: when you travel abroad, your deworming scheme can differ according to the country you're travelling to. For more information on travelling with your pet, click here.
Chip placement is not legally required in cats, but strongly advised. The microchip is placed underneath the skin and stays there during your pets entire life. The chip is registered to the owner. Keep in mind that when you change phone number or address, the registration of your pets chip is altered likewise. You can change the registration on the website of Nederlandse Databank Gezelschapsdieren or www.chipnummer.nl.