New Logo 2

Instagram Icon 

(519) 853-1450

Contact Us Today

Cat at the Vet

CORE Cat & Kitten Vaccines 

 Kittens Core vaccines protect against diseases that are common, highly contagious, easily transmissible, have significant public health risks, and/or have high rates of mortality.

FVRCP - Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (Herpesvirus/FHV-1), Calicivirus (FCV), Panleukopenia (FPV)

FELINE HERPESVIRUS causes sneezing, runny eyes, and nasal discharge, lethargy and lack of appetite. It can become serious in kittens and can sometimes cause pneumonia and even death. This disease is contagious and can cause life long re-occurring respiratory illness and eye issues. FELINE CALICIVIRUS causes ulcerations in the mouth and nose in addition to the same symptoms caused by herpesvirus. Kittens are especially vulnerable to a poor prognosis with this disease. FELINE PANLEUKOPENIA is also known as feline distemper, it spreads easily and can become fatal in kittens. Symptoms begin with depression/lethargy, lack of appetite, fever, vomiting, diarrhea, nasal discharge and severe dehydration.

FELINE LEUKEMIA is a retrovirus that can be transmitted by infected cats through infected saliva or nasal secretions. Cats that go out doors are at the highest risk of infection from cat fights. This virus can cause anemia or lymphoma. Because it suppresses the immune system it can also predispose cats to severe infections. RABIES is an acute, progressive viral encephalomyelitis which is spread by the bite of a rabid animal. This disease becomes fatal once clinical signs appear.

Kitten Vaccine Schedule

8 weeks - FVRCP

12 weeks - FVRCP + Leukemia

16 weeks - FVRCP + Leukemia + RABIES

Click Here for Puppy and Kitten packages


We recommend annual exams and vaccines for our patients. We also provide a variety of other routine procedures for your cats

Wellness Bloodwork Fecal Testing FIV/FELV Testing
Nail Trims Complimentary Dental Exams Sedation for grooming