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Additional kitten health treatments

Besides vaccines, there are other health treatments that are important to consider when caring for a cat’s overall health. Some of these treatments include Some additional health treatments that pet parents should be aware of and ask their veterinarians about including vaccinations and other health treatments such as spaying/neutering.

 

Deworming:

Worms are a common problem in cats. They suffer more frequently from roundworms and tapeworms, which can damage their immune system. Fecal tests are one of the best and most accurate ways to check the cat for intestinal parasites, if it is left untreated, then it can cause serious illness or even death.
 

Cat & Kitten Vaccination

Vaccinations    

                                                                                    
After your cat is vaccinated, their body will recognize the pathogen during future exposures and the immune system will be better prepared to fight that disease than it would be if they hadn’t been vaccinated.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

    

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Vaccination Schedule For The Cat/Kitten

AgeRecommended Vaccine
6-7 weeks Vaccine Round 1
8 weeks– Fecal test
– Flea & tick control
10 weeks Vaccine Round 2
12 weeks– Rabies Vaccine
13 weeks CombinationVaccine Round 3
– Feline Leukemia Vaccine (FeLV) Round 1
16 & 19 weeks Combination Vaccine Round 4
– Feline Leukemia Vaccine (FeLV) Round 2