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We know that knowing when to get which vaccinations when can be a lot to remember. We’re happy to help you keep your cat on schedule.

“Kittens younger than eight weeks should not be vaccinated because they are already being protected against disease by the natural antibodies in their mother's milk. Therefore, vaccinations may start as early as eight weeks old and are then given every three to four weeks until the kitten reaches 16 weeks old, petMD says.” (

Please make an appointment with your vet to ensure that your pet is up to date.

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  • "I am so happy I finally found a great vet. Everyone was so knowledgeable and friendly. I highly recommend this vet to all cat owners. My cat tends to be very scared of the vets but everyone made her feel so comfortable!"
    - Meggan H.
  • "The Doctor and vet tech were both very nice and walked us through what we should expect after our adoption of our little Honey from LCAS. I think the hardest thing I had to do that day was get Honey into the cat carrier! After giving her a vaccine on Saturday, I got a follow up call on Monday and Wednesday to see how she was doing. What a great office!!"
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