Cat Wellness Packages


Feline Wellness Packages

All of our Wellness Packages are strategically priced to allow you to provide the best care for your pet without breaking the bank.

We recommend that all cats under the age of 7 receive an annual exam, vaccines, and diagnostics included in our Junior Works package on an annual basis. We recommend all cats over the age of 7 receive an annual exam, vaccines, and diagnostics included in our Senior Works package on an annual basis with an additional semi-annual exam and diagnostics performed 6 months from the annual exam. Following are the packages we offer including smaller packages if financial constraints do not allow for the complete recommended works packages.

Feline Annual Good Protection (F9G)

  • Physical Exam for Healthy Pets
  • Rabies Vaccination – 1 Year
  • FVRCPC – 1 Year

Feline Annual Better Protection (F9B)

  • Physical Exam for Healthy Pets 
  • Rabies Vaccination – 1 Year
  • FVRCPC – 1 Year
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccination – 1 Year

Feline Annual Best Protection (F9BT)

  • Physical Exam for Healthy Pets
  • Rabies Vaccination – 1 Year
  • FVRCPC – 1 Year
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccination – 1 Year
  • FeLV/FIV Combo Test
  • Fecal Test

Feline Annual Junior Works (F9JRW) - For cats under 7 years of age

  • Physical Exam for Healthy Pets
  • Rabies Vaccination – 1 Year
  • FVRCPC – 1 Year
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccination – 1 Year
  • FeLV/FIV Combo Test
  • Fecal Test
  • Comprehensive Blood Screening

Feline Annual Senior Works (F9SRW) - For cats 7 years and older

  • Physical Exam for Healthy Pets
  • Rabies Vaccination – 1 Year
  • FVRCPC – 1 Year
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccination – 1 Year
  • FeLV/FIV Combo Test
  • Fecal Test
  • Comprehensive Blood Screening with Thyroid Testing

**Please note, for full protection of the FVRCPC and Feline Leukemia vaccines, adult cats need at least two doses of the vaccines 2-4 weeks apart. Based on your cat's history, boosters may be recommended.

**For any outside cat or stray cat, a separate FeLV/FIV Combo test is highly recommended. Cats with an unknown history may require a repeat test 6 months after the initial test is performed.

If you have any concerns of illness, your cat may not receive any vaccinations on your visit. Depending on what the veterinarian observes, she will recommend if it’s best to wait or if it’s OK to give vaccinations on the same day.

A concern of Illness includes:

  • Rash/Cuts/Scrapes
  • Scratches
  • Hair Loss
  • Not Eating or Drinking
  • Vomiting
  • Allergies
  • Flea Allergies
  • Bleeding
  • Excessive Water Intake
  • Diarrhea
  • Excessive Weight loss/Gain
  • Eye Problems
  • Ear Problems
  • Skin Problems
  • Coughing/Sneezing
  • Not Breathing Well
  • Urine/Bladder Infections
  • Fever
  • Hot Spots
  • Not Able to Walk
  • Feeling Pain
  • ETC.

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