Vaccinations are needed when entering a cattery because where a number of cats are kept closely together, there is a higher risk of disease spreading, so it’s important their immune systems are boosted to reduce the risk of illness.

Located close to Birmingham Airport, we serve customers in Birmingham and across the West Midlands and and surrounding areas. Call us to find out more about your cat’s stay at our luxurious boutique suites.

Protect your cat from feline diseases

All cats boarded at the cattery must be vaccinated and a certificate as proof of vaccination must be produced on arrival. Failure to do so may mean your cat will not be accepted for boarding.

All cats must be vaccinated against:

  • Flu (feline herpes virus and feline calicivirus)
  • Enteritis (feline panleukopenia)
  • Additional vaccines are not required for diseases such as feline leukaemia as these are not necessary in a boarding situation
  • We personally advise for the welfare of your cat in its own environment that they are vaccinated for FeLV

The vaccine should be current. For cats who have not been vaccinated before, they will need two vaccines, three weeks apart. The course should be completed 10 days before coming to the cattery. This is to ensure that their immunity has been built up. For cats who have had the primary course, they will need an annual booster to be done 7-10 days before entering the cattery. An annual booster should not be more than three months overdue.

At Brizlincoat Cattery, we do not accept homeopathic vaccines.

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