Here is our quick guide to help your care for your new kitten. If you have any concerns about the health of your kitten, please call us.
Bruton Vets offers free advice about choosing a kitten to suit your family and lifestyle. When you are choosing a kitten bear in mind that longhaired cats may look pretty but their coats require regular care and attention to prevent matting. A complimentary new kitten Welcome Pack is given to all our new kitten owners, providing feline care, information and advice. We also provide a free pre-vaccination health check and will discuss with you your kitten’s vaccinations, worm & flea prevention, training, toys, diet, pet insurance and our Pet Health Club to save you money and spread the cost of routine veterinary care.
Call Bruton Vets to book for our Puppy and Kitten Clinic.
Bruton Vets will advise on this and can provide you with all your kitten’s dietary requirements.
Please call Bruton Vets to book our free Puppy & Kitten Clinic. To save money and spread costs of routine pet care, join Bruton Vets Pet Health Club.
To save money and spread costs of routine pet care, join Bruton Vets Pet Health Club.
Join Bruton Vets Pet Health Club to save money and spread costs of routine pet care.
Bruton Vets can advise you on all aspects of dental care.
Grooming also gives you an opportunity to check for parasites such as worms and fleas. We do not recommend bathing a kitten. The veterinary nurses at Bruton vets can show you how to groom your kitten.
The veterinary nurse at Bruton Vets can show you the best way to groom your kitten.