Mobile Vet clinic with Dr. John Hermann

28758 Oakwood st
Inkster, Mi 48141

(313)686-5701

www.drhermannmobile.com

Feline Vaccine Schedule

 

Whether your cat is indoors or allowed to roam freely outside, there are serious diseases that can be prevented by having your cat vaccinated.  Vaccinations provide protection from diseases on a variable timeline basis and can prevent diseases from spreading in the feline population.  Your kitten can be especially vulnerable, as well as a cat that has not been vaccinated.  Vaccinating your cat is the best and most responsible thing to do in order to keep your furry friend healthy and happy.

Vaccines for Felines

 

  • RCP (DISTEMPER) covers viruses and bacteria responsible for upper respiratory and gastrointestinal infections.  Includes: Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and Panleukopenia.
  • FeLV (LEUKEMIA) a retrovirus that causes suppression of the immune system, impairing a cat's ability to fight infections.  It may also cause anemia, leukemia and some forms of cancer.  It is a contagious disease spread from cat to cat by blood and saliva.  The most common method of spread is by bite wounds.
  • FeLV is easily diagnosed by a simple blood test.  We strongly recommend all new cats be tested for this virus BEFORE you bring the new cat into your household.  Once a cat tests negative, a vaccine is available in an attempt to prevent infection with the virus
  • RABIES a viral disease of the central nervous system that can be fatal to humans & other animals - THIS VACCINE IS REQUIRED BY LAW

 

Vaccination Schedule

 

6 weeks of age:

FVRCP + Dewormer

8 weeks of age:

FVRCP + Dewormer

10-12 weeks of age:

FVRCP + FeLV

12-14 weeks of age:

FVRCP + FeLV

16 weeks of age:

FVRCP & Rabies

16 weeks of age:

FIV/FeLV AIDS Test

Annually:

RCP+ FeLV, Rabies & Fecal Analysis