We suggest and offer the following vaccinations for cats.
FVRCP for cats
Feline (Rhinotracheitis/ Calicivirus/ Panleukopenia/ Chlamydia) – is vaccine for upper respiratory and gastrointestinal infections of cats. A series of three FVRCPC injections (three weeks apart) is given to kittens. The vaccine series is usually started at 9 weeks of age. If a cat is 12 weeks or older and has not been previously vaccinated, then a minimum of two vaccines is required given 3 weeks apart. Annual FVRCP vaccines are recommended at ARAH for the remainder of the cat's life.
Rabies for cats
Rabies vaccine can be given as early as 15 weeks age. First vaccine is effective for only one year. Next rabies vaccination is valid for three years as long as the cat is on time for it's booster. It is important to vaccinate your cat against rabies even if they're strictly indoor cats as there is always a chance they can escape.
(Feline Leukemia) – Advised for outside cats or multi cat households. FeLV testing is recommended prior to vaccinating. We strongly recommend FeLV tests for all new kittens that will be introduced to a new house. We recommend at least 2 sets of FeLV given 3 weeks apart. Annual FeLV vaccines are recommended at ARAH for the remainder of the cat's life.
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