Recommended Vaccines for Kittens
Kittens’ immune systems are still developing, which means they require multiple rounds of vaccinations to ensure they are protected against common diseases. The following wellness schedule has been adopted by MBF for the long-term health and well-being of your kitten. This schedule includes vaccinations, intestinal parasite prevention, blood work to monitor organs and overall health, heartworm prevention, and flea/tick prevention.
Factors such as age, health, and previously administered vaccines may result in adjusting our vaccine schedule to your kitten’s specific needs. Vaccines are typically given 2-4 weeks apart.
** Indicates Core Vaccine
Additional notes for kittens:
• We recommend keeping any outdoor cat on heartworm and flea and tick medication.
• If you have dogs, they can bring in mosquitos, fleas, and ticks as they go in/out of the house, so depending on your lifestyle we may recommend your indoor cat be on prevention in addition to your dogs.
• We recommend spaying/neutering at 5-7 months of age. Placing a microchip is recommended at this time if desired.