COVID-19 Safety Protocols Here

COVID-19 Safety Protocols Here

Vaccinating Your Kitten

Vaccines are an important part of your kitten’s overall health. They protect your pet and others against infectious diseases.

FVRCP: Kittens should receive their first FVRCP (feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia) vaccines at 8 weeks of age, then every 21 to 28 days until they’re 16 weeks of age. Booster shot again at 1 year after last kitten vaccine.

Feline Leukemia (FeLV): All kittens should receive this vaccine starting at 12 weeks of age after a FeLV/FIV test; 2 boosters are given at 21- to 28- day intervals. Booster shot again at 1 year of age.

To help ensure the best possible immunity to these diseases, it is important that your kitten receive vaccine boosters within the recommended 3-4 weeks. If the vaccine is not bolstered within the recommended time, we may need to restart the vaccine series.

Rabies: First rabies vaccine is given at or after 12 weeks of age