Feline Vaccination and Health Care Outline



In order to provide lifelong immunity against diseases that are most dangerous to your pet, kittens need a series of vaccinations (boosters) to build protective immunity. Once adulthood is reached, annual boosters are required to maintain adequate protection.



      6-8 Weeks

  • Feline Distemper/Upper Respiratory Combo
  • Feline Leukemia (1st)


      8-12 Weeks

  •   Feline Distemper/Upper Respiratory Combo
  •   Feline Leukemia (2nd)


12-14 Weeks

  •  Feline Distemper/ Upper Respiratory Combo
  •  Feline Rabies (Good for 1 year)


16-18 Weeks

  • Feline Distemper/Upper Respiratory Combo



  • Feline Distemper/Upper Respiratory Combo will be done 1 year after the last kitten vaccination, and then every 3 years.
  • Feline Leukemia (yearly)
  • Rabies Vaccination (given 1 year after first time rabies vaccination then every 2 Years).



Complete Physical exams are performed at each vaccination visit to ensure your pet is in optimum body condition and health prior to receiving vaccinations.


Kittens at 6-10 weeks of age should be dewormed with a medication to eliminate intestinal parasites (roundworms).  A fecal (stool) exam should be done yearly to ensure your kitten is parasite free.


Spaying/Neutering is recommended at 5-6 months of age to prevent urine marking in the house and unwanted litters.


Declawing your kitten can be done at 5-6 months at the same time as a spaying or neutering. We feature an excellent humane procedure with laser technology. 

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