Feline Vaccination

Feline Vaccination Protocol


Feline distemper combination. 

Must be given twice. This first dose is given once, on or before, 12 weeks of age. Then boostered once after 12 weeks. 

The cat will then need to be boostered in 1 year and then every 3 years. 

This vaccine is recommended for all cats. 


Given once between 3 and 4 months of age. 

Booster in 1 year and then every 3 years.

This vaccine is recommended for all cats. 


Feline leukemia virus. 

Recommended blood test for feline leukemia virus and feline aids virus must be performed and results negative. 

Must be given twice. Once when cat is at least 9 weeks old and boostered 3 to 4 weeks later. 

The cat will then need to be boostered yearly. 

This vaccine is recommended for cats that are frequently exposed to strange cats. 

NOTE: There is no vaccine for feline aids virus

Feline Deworming

         Kittens should first be dewormed at 3 weeks of age. The deworming should be repeated every 2 weeks until 3 months of age. Deworming should then be repeated at veterinarian's recommended intervals depending on cat's environment, exposure to parasites, and hunting habits (cats can acquire worms if they eat rodents).

Spay and Neuter

         Female cats should be spayed and male cats should be neutered between 5 and 7 months of age. It is required that they are up to date on all vaccines. For cats that have never been vaccinated, we require that they have also received their booster vaccines.


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