Kittens should be examined and receive their first FVR-CP at five weeks of age and every three or four weeks thereafter, until 12 weeks of age. We recommend giving an initial Rabies vaccine at 12 weeks, and then yearly thereafter. Kittens are seen frequently in their first few months of life. This allows for vaccination boosters as well as helping your new family member get off on the right paw.
Cats usually require one to two yearly routine examinations whether they live indoors or outdoors. It is state law for all cats to have a yearly Rabies vaccine, even if they only live indoors. There are also vaccines available for Feline Distemper Virus and Feline Leukemia Virus. If your cat spends time outdoors, he or she will need some extra care. We recommend checking a fecal sample for intestinal parasites yearly and we also recommend preventative protection from fleas, ticks, and heartworm disease. After discussing your petâs lifestyle with your doctor, we can help you decide what is best for your pet.
- Feline Distemper / Rhinotracheitis / Calicivirus
- Rabies Vaccine
- Feline Leukemia Virus