Did you know your cat is technically considered a “senior” as soon as she hits 11 years old? Cats age really quickly as kittens – their first 2 years are equal to our first 25! – but once they hit adulthood they age at around four-times as fast as humans.
Vaccines help a cat’s body fight off the invasion of disease-causing organisms. Vaccines themselves are made of antigens – essentially disease impersonators – that teach your cat’s immune system how to recognize and fight off the disease should they ever come into contact with it.