Kitten Packages

Kittens

Adding a new pet to your home is such a special experience. We want to make sure your new kitten starts out healthy and safe.

Indoor Kitten Plan

8 Weeks
Exam- $35.00
FELV/FIV Combo Test- $49.61
FVRCP Booster- $16.76
Fecal Test- $41.98
Dewormer- $14.00

11 Weeks
FVRCP Booster- $16.76
Microchip- $49.50 (includes 1 year registration)

14 Weeks
FVRCP Annual- $16.76
Dewormer- $14.00

17 Weeks
Rabies (1 year) – $16.76
Fecal Test- $41.98

Total Cost- $313.11
Price of Package-
$250.49
Total Savings-
$62.62 (20%)

Outdoor Kitten Plan

8 Weeks
Exam- $35.00
FELV/FIV Combo Test- $49.61
FVRCP Booster- $16.76
Fecal Test- $41.98
Dewormer- $14.00

11 Weeks
FVRCP Booster- $16.76
FELV Booster- $19.96
Microchip- $49.50 (includes 1 year registration)

14 Weeks
FVRCP Annual- $16.76
FIV Booster- $19.96
FELV Annual- $19.96
Dewormer- $14.00

17 Weeks
FIV Annual- $19.96
Rabies (1 year) – $16.76
Fecal Test- $41.98

Total Cost- $392.95
Price of Package-
$314.36
Total Savings-
$78.59 (20%)

** Spays and Neuters are charged by weight. If you bring your pet back before 8 months you will receive 10% off of the spay or neuter price with the purchase of this plan.

Feline Vaccine Definitions:

Rabies- Rabies is a fatal viral disease of mammals including cats, dogs, livestock and humans. Infected wildlife and unvaccinated animals are the source of the virus.

FIV- Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) causes Feline AIDS in cats. FIV causes AIDS-like symptoms in felines including immune system suppression and chronic susceptibility to other infections. Cats from multi-cat households and those that venture outdoors are at great risk of FIV infection.

FeLV- Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is one of the most important infectious viruses of cats. FeLV is the cause of a variety of diseases, not just leukemia. Like all viruses, FeLV is a tiny microorganism consisting of nucleic acid and a few proteins and glycoproteins in a simple structure. It attacks the immune system and leaves the cat vulnerable to a host of secondary infections. FeLV is specific to members of the cat family and does not pose a risk to other species of animals or people.

FVRCP- is a multivalent vaccine for cats that protects against Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia.

FCV- Feline calicivirus (FCV) is a virus that is an important cause of upper respiratory infections and oral disease in cats. This virus accounts for approximately 40% of all respiratory diseases in cats. The severity of the infection may vary, but symptoms most often include moderate fever, ulcers and blisters on the tongue.

FVR- Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (FVR) is an infectious disease caused by feline herpesvirus type-1. As with other herpes viruses, the virus is very species specific, and is only known to cause infections in domestic and wild cats. The virus can infect cats of all ages. Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis is a major cause of upper respiratory disease in cats, and is the most common cause of conjunctivitis (inflammation of the tissues surrounding the eye, especially the lining of the lids and the third eyelid).

FIP- Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is an important disease of domestic cats and most members of the cat family (Felidae). It occurs worldwide in cats of all ages, but the disease is most common in young cats less than two years of age. Although FIP is not a particularly common disease, it is important because once a cat develops the disease, the outcome is almost invariably fatal.

Panleukopenia- Feline Panleukopenia (FPL) is caused by a virus of the parvovirus family known as Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPLV). Parvoviruses are extremely tough viruses and are only killed by strong disinfectants including 2% household bleach. FPLV can survive in some environments for a year or more. Clinical signs include fever, depression, loss of appetite, vomiting and diarrhea.

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