Parrish strongly urges owners not to delay in having a newly adopted kitten receive a three-in-one core vaccination known as FVRCP
. This vaccine can protect cats or kittens against three serious conditions: feline viral rhinotracheitis, feline calicivirus infection and panleukopenia.
The adoption package includes spay or neuter, micro-chipping with free registration, leukemia test, FVRCP
vaccination, identification tag with free registration, collar and cardboard transport carrier.
Adoption fees include leukemia test, rabies vaccination, FVRCP
vaccination, ID tag and registration, microchipping with registration, a collar and cardboard transport carrier.