At Silvervine Cat Clinic in Woodbury, MN, we use our knowledge of feline health to provide our patients with healthcare plans for their optimum wellness. Vaccinations are a staple of feline health and disease prevention, but the type and timing of those vaccines is important. We use feline-specific vaccines to provide safe and effective immunizations against rabies, feline leukemia, and other harmful diseases. Our goal is to minimize your cat’s infectious disease risks with a vaccine plan tailored to their specific needs.
How Soon Should My Kitten be Vaccinated?
Kittens receive protection against many diseases the first time they nurse from their mother. However, that protection starts to wane after their first few weeks of life. To help your kitten develop their own healthy set of antibodies, they should receive their first vaccine when they are 4-8 weeks old. Kittenhood vaccines should then be given every 3-4 weeks until your kitten is 5 months-old, coinciding with our Kitten Progress Exams.
To learn more about our feline-only vaccines or to book a visit, call us at 651-705-PURR.