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Cat Care Schedule

- Doctor Examination
- Feline Aids and Feline Leukemia test
- 3 FVRCP vaccinations every 3 weeks
- 2 Feline Leukemia vaccination every 2 weeks (provided they have tested negative)
- De-worming
- Flea Preventative

4 Months:
At 4 months old, they should be old enough to get spayed/neutered. Do not wait too long before getting them fixed because female cats can get pregnant as young as 5 months old. Female cats not fixed can start going into heat and males can start spraying to mark their territory.

- Spay/Neuter
- Rabies Vaccine
- Physical Examination
- FVRCP (Distemper) Vaccination
- Feline Leukemia Vaccination
- Rabies Vaccination

At 7 years old, consider getting a geriatric profile done for your cat. This includes an analysis of your cat's blood and urine to screen for any internal issues that cannot be identified from a physical exam.