Kitten Plans

Distemper:  Feline distemper vaccination includes protection against several
diseases, including panleukopenia, a potentially fatal viral disease, rhinotracelits,
calici & Chlamydia psittaci which are upper respiratory diseases.  This
vaccination must be boostered 4 weeks apart in order to be effective.  After the
initial series, distemper is then given once a year.

Rabies: Rabies is a fatal infection of the central nervous system.  Infection is
usually transmitted through the bite of an infected animal.  The first rabies
vaccination given to your kitten is good for one year.  After one year your pet will
be given a rabies vaccination which is good for 3 years.

Deworming: On your first visit we will be sending home 2 doses of Pyrantel,
which is a deworming medication.  This medication will rid your kitten of several
types of worms such as roundworm, whipworm, & hookworm.  You will give the
first dose that same day, and the second dose you will give 2 weeks later to
complete the deworming process.

Fecal: For your First visit we will ask you to bring a stool sample.  This will allows
us to check for any worms that may have escaped the prior deworming.


Leukemia Vaccinations: We also highly recommend including a Feline Leukemia
Test and Feline Leukemia Vaccinations with your kitten plan.  Leukemia is the
leading cause of death from infectious agents in cats. This virus inhibits the
immune system and results in various types of cancer and other chronic
diseases.  The virus is present in saliva, urine and other body fluids and is
typically passed from cat to cat by general contact, including licking, biting, and
sneezing.   If you would like to do a feline leukemia test before we vaccinate
(highly recommended) there is an additional cost.   There is no cure of feline
leukemia, and it is always fatal.  All we can do is protect your cat from infection by
vaccinating against the virus.
Basic Kitten Plan

What this plan includes:

1 examination by the doctor
2 office visits
2 or 3 distemper vaccinations
1 rabies vaccination given after 16
weeks old
1 fecal check
Pyrantel deworming schedule



Fecal check expires after last kitten visit
Kitten Plan with Leukemia

What this plan includes:

1 examination by the doctor
2 office visits
1 exam
2 or 3 distemper vaccinations
2
leukemia vaccinations
1 rabies vaccination given after 16
weeks old
1 fecal check
Pyrantel deworming schedule

Fecal check expires after last kitten visit
Please contact the clinic for
pricing and any questions you may
have regarding our Kitten plans.
763-689-0095
763-689-0095
Cambridge VetCare
Animal Clinic, PA
Cambridge, MN