KITTEN VACCINATIONS

It is important to ensure that your kitten receives all their shots to be fully protected. Only receiving part of their necessary shots leaves them vulnerable to the diseases they are being vaccinated against. 

Kittens
Kitten Vaccinations
​First Kitten Visit (age 6-9 weeks) should receive:

Doctor Exam to check ears, teeth, heart, lungs and any lumps and bumps they may have

Feline Viral Rhinotracheatis, Calcivirus, Panleukopenia (FVRCP)

Fecal - a lab test on a stool sample (feces) to test for intestinal parasites. Please bring a fresh sample with you.

FELV/FIV Test - may be recommended based on the kitten's history and the number of cats in your household.

Medication for intestinal parasites

Flea & Tick preventative

Discuss heartworm preventative

Kitten Book

Second Kitten Visit (age 9-11 weeks) should receive:

Doctor Exam

Booster shot 1 - FVRCP

Fecal - Please bring sample of stool (feces)

Flea & Tick preventative

Third Kitten Visit (age 12-13 weeks) should receive:

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Doctor Exam

Booster Shot 2 - FVRCP

Feline Leukemia Vaccine (FELV)

Fecal - Please bring sample of stool (feces)

Flea & Tick preventative

Fourth Kitten Visit (age 13-16 weeks) should receive:

Doctor Exam

Last Booster - FVRCP

Booster - FELV

Rabies shot

Fecal - Please bring sample of stool (feces)

Flea & Tick Preventative

Spaying and Neutering are recommended at 5 months.