• Kittens should receive their 1st combination vaccine at 6 weeks of age. This vaccine includes protection for panleukopenia, herpes virus-1 and calcivirus (FPV, FHV-1, FCV).

    • After the initial vaccine, a combination booster should be given every 3 to 4 weeks until 4 months of age. The combination vaccine should then be given 1 year after the initial kitten vaccines, and every 3 years thereafter provided the cat is low risk.

    • Feline leukemia (FeLV) vaccines can only be given following a negative result on a FeLV test. It is recommended that kittens as young as 8 weeks receive 2 doses, 3 to 4 weeks apart. A booster should be done after 1 year from the initial vaccines, and following that, it can be given every 2 years for low risk cats.

    • Rabies vaccine can be given starting at 12 weeks of age, with a booster after 1 year, and then per state guidelines it can be given annually or every 3 years with a 3 year vaccine.