Kitten Vaccination Plan
- 1st visit (6 – 9 weeks): Well Kitten Exam and vaccine for FVRCP#1 (feline rhinotracheitis, calci, panleukopenia), deworming. FELV/FIV/HW triple test
- 2nd visit (10 – 14 wks): Vaccines for FVRCP#2/FeLV #1 (feline leukemia), free dose flea/hwp, and a fecal analysis.
- 3rd visit (14 – 18 wks): Vaccines for FVRCP#3/FeLV #2/Rabies 1 yr.
- Save This Life Microchip with registration.
A Save this life identification microchip is available to help you permanently identify your pet.
The animal shelters in Butte County scans all animals picked up for the microchip.
Internal Parasite Control:
- This product is used to eliminate intestinal hookworms, roundworms, and tapeworms (due to fleas)
- Topical product to eliminate heartworm, roundworms, hookworms, fleas and earmites, and should be re-applied on a monthly basis
- Bring a stool sample on 2nd visit to send out to an outside laboratory for analysis.
Healthy Kitten Guidelines
Flea and Tick Control
- Regular bathing and grooming is recommended. We are happy to provide you with your basic grooming needs.
- Bravecto controls fleas, prevents heartworm disease, treats and controls ear mites, and other intestinal parasites.
- Kittens should be fed three (3) times a day while they are growing, some may free feed.
- Once they reach adult size and spaying or neutering has been done, feeding once or twice daily is sufficient.