Diseases

Due to the number of cats and diversity of their ages (ranging from kittens to more senior individuals), catteries are particularly vulnerable to the spread of infectious and parasitic diseases. Some are relatively benign, others more serious. Breeding cats in good health are most likely to give birth to healthy kittens, and breeders should know which diseases their breeding animals may have to contend with.

In these articles you will learn more about quarantine, infectious disease and vaccination guidelines to help you through these difficult stages. 

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