Before bringing a new cat into your household, especially where other cats reside, it is best to have them tested for feline leukemia. Feline leukemia produces immunosuppression which inhances your cats risk of other diseases
or infections. Feline leukemia is HIGHLY contagious between cats.
(Panleukopenia or feline distemper, Calicivirus, Rhinotracheitis)
Kittens and unvaccinated adult cats should have 2 PCT vaccines 2-4 weeks apart.
-This vaccine needs to be boostered in one year.
-Depending on your cat's living situation (indoor vs outdoor, multiple cats) the vaccine needs to be boostered every year or every three years.
All cats that spend time outside should be tested and vaccinated for feline leukemia.
-The vaccine is given as early as 10 weeks of age.
-The initial dose needs to be boostered in 2-4 weeks.
-Feline leukemia is giving annually as long as your cat continues to spend any time outside.
A single dose is administered at 12 weeks (three months) of age.
-The Rabies vaccine should be boostered in one year.
-This vaccine is repeated annually.