Kitten Vaccine Schedule

The following is a general guideline for your kitten’s vaccine requirements. Note that your vet may change this schedule to suit your kitten’s risk factors.

Six to eight weeks of age

  • feline rhinotracheitis-calicivirus-panleukopenia vaccine #1
  • chlamydia vaccine #1 (this vaccine is optional, it is also sometimes combined with the above-mentioned vaccine)
  • stool check for internal parasites- a de-worming is performed if it’s needed

Twelve weeks of age

  • feline rhinotracheitis-calicivirus-panleukopenia vaccine #2
  • chlamydia vaccine #2
  • feline leukemia vaccine #1
  • a second de-worming (if needed)

Sixteen weeks of age

  • feline leukemia vaccine #2
  • rabies vaccine
  • feline infectious peritonitis vaccine #1 (note this vaccine is highly controversial, it is usually only recommended for catteries or multicat households)

Twenty weeks of age

  • feline infectious peritonitis vaccine #2

Annually

  • all vaccines are boostered
  • a fecal exam is performed for indoor cats (for outdoor cats, every six months), simply drop a sample off at your vet

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