Kitten Wellness Packages


For optimum protection against contagious illnesses, kittens need to receive their first vaccines starting at 6 weeks of age. The kitten vaccination series includes vaccine visits 3-4 weeks apart until age of 20 weeks. Kittens will need to complete their full series of vaccinations for full protection.

Kitten Set 1 (6-10 weeks)

  • Physical Exam
  • FVRCPC Vaccination
  • Fecal Test

Kitten Set 2 (10-13 weeks)

  • Physical Exam
  • FVRCPC Vaccination
  • Fecal Test

Kitten Set 3 (13-17 weeks)

  • Physical Exam
  • FVRCPC Vaccination
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccination

Kitten Set 4 (17-20 weeks)

  • Physical Exam
  • Rabies Vaccination
  • FVRCPC Vaccination
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccination

For any outside cat or stray kitten, 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 kitten may not receive any vaccinations on that 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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