Cat Vaccines

We have a “Vaccination Clinic” during our regular business hours by appointment.

Call today to schedule your appointment, (661)949-9389!

 Making it more convenient for you and our furry friends! 

We always recommend our furry friends have yearly examinations to make sure they are in good health.

One great way to prevent your furry family from common and deadly diseases is to make sure they are vaccinated against them. Puppies and kittens are especially are very susceptible to disease, which is why they should complete a thorough vaccination cycle before being exposed to other animals   and unpredictable outdoor infectious agents (viruses and bacteria).

Adult vaccinations are done on an annual basis with the exception of Rabies vaccine which is given every 3 years.

Cat Vaccines we carry

Core Non-Core
  • Feline Rhinotracheitis, Calici-Panleukopenia-ChlamydiaPsittaci Vaccine
  • Feline Leukemia

Feline Vaccine Guide

Vaccination Protocols


Your kitten will need a series of vaccines over the next several weeks to build up his/her immune system. These vaccines should be done every 3 weeks. Below is the vaccine schedule that we will follow.

Vaccination Schedule:

*FVRCP (core vaccine) 8 weeks, 11 weeks, and 14 weeks

*FeLV (non core vaccine) 11 weeks, and 14 weeks

*Rabies (core vaccine) 16 weeks

Recommended spay/neuter:

5 months old

Adult Feline

Vaccination Schedule:

*FVRCP (core vaccine) once a year

*FeLV (non core vaccine) once a year

*Rabies (core vaccine) Initial is yearly, then every 3 years following

Established patients can schedule a vaccination appointment without an exam daily for a lower cost. Or receive a thorough physical exam with the doctor and vaccinations during our regular business hours by appointment. 

Call us today to schedule an appointment at (661) 949-9389.

** Effective 2020- Rabies Certificates **

10.20.250 - Certificate of Vaccination—Information to Be Shown.

A licensed veterinarian in the Department's jurisdiction who vaccinates a dog or cat against rabies must immediately issue a certificate of vaccination signed by the veterinarian to the owner or custodian of the dog or cat, and a duplicate certificate to the Director, stating:

A.  The name and address of the owner or custodian of the vaccinated dog or cat;

B.  The type of vaccine used, the name of the manufacturer, the manufacturer's serial or lot number, and the date of the vaccination; and

C.  The breed, age, color, and sex of the vaccinated dog or cat.

(Ord. 2016-0040 § 107, 2016: Ord. 93-0002 § 3 (part), 1993: Ord. 85-0204 § 13, 1985: Ord. 82-0163 § 4, 1982: Ord. 9454 § 1 (part), 1967: Ord. 4729 Art. 5 § 504, 1946.)

Please contact Los Angeles Animal Control or visit their website for more information.



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