Mahaska Veterinary Clinic

2348 Highway 92
Oskaloosa, IA 52577

(641)673-0431

mahaskavetclinic.com

Kitten Vaccination Schedule:
 
  

6-9 weeks          Physical examination
                         FeLV/FIV test (Feline leukemia/Feline immunodeficiency test is recommended for all kittens)
                         FVRCP vaccine #1
                         Deworming
                         Flea Prevention
                          
9-12 weeks        Physical examination
                         FVRCP vaccine #2
                         FeLV vaccine #1   (*if needed)
                         Deworming
                         Flea Prevention

12-15 weeks      Physical examination
                         FeLV vaccine #2 (*if needed)
                         Rabies vaccination (will last 1 year)
                         Deworming
                         Flea Prevention


* Indoor kittens with no exposure to the outdoors and/or other cats that go inside and outside will not need a FeLV vaccine. If unvaccinated, make sure that all new cats entering the household have been FeLV tested negative before exposing them to your kitten.
Cat Vaccination Schedule
1 year              Physical examination
                       FVRCP vaccination
                       FeLV vaccination (*if needed)
                       1 Year Rabies vaccination 
                       Deworming/flea control
                       FeLV/FIV testing (*if needed)
                      

2-8 years         Physical examination yearly
                       FVRCP vaccination every 1 to 3 years (depending on exposure)
                       FeLV vaccination yearly (*if needed)
                       1 Year Rabies vaccination every  
                       Deworming/flea control
                       FeLV/FIV testing (*if needed)
                      

8 + years         As above
                       Consider geriatric blood profile yearly to screen for aging diseases (such as
                       diabetes, kidney disease, hyperthyroidism).

* Indoor cats with no exposure to the outdoors and/or other cats that go inside and outside will not need a FeLV vaccine. If unvaccinated, make sure that all new cats entering the household have been FeLV tested negative before exposing them to your cat.


Abbreviations:

AVMA                  =  American Veterinary Medical Association
FVRCP vaccination =  Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis/Calici/Panleukopenia/Chlamydia vaccination
FeLV vaccination   =  Feline Leukemia Virus vaccination
FeLV/FIV testing   =  Feline Leukemia Virus/ Feline Immunodeficiency Virus testing