First Vet Visit Can Reveal Underlying Issues That Can Affect You, Your Family, And Other Pets

The first visit can reveal underlying health issues that can affect you, your family, and other pets. Some illnesses can suddenly become serious. It's best to find out right away if your cat needs special treatments. If you already have cats in your home, it is best to go to the Vet before bringing the cat home. Kitten vaccination are administered between the ages of 6 and 9 weeks. If your cat sneezes or has other health problems, the Vet will wait to vaccinate until it is healthy. The rabies vaccine is generally done once at the last cat visit.

Veterinarian with cat

(max_bytes(150000):strip_icc()/close-up of a hand-feeding kitten-692741545-5c41da5046e0fb000178ce93. jpg)If your cat gets sick at any point, it's important to contact your vet without delay. Illnesses in cats can become serious very quickly. Your vet will discuss your cat's health and preventive needs, such as heartworm prevention and flea and tick control. . . .

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