How Much Do Cat Vaccinations Cost?

Whether you just adopted a small kitten or you have an older cat, you’re going to want to make sure you keep up with your cat’s health.  Vaccinations will be required on an annual basis to ensure that your cat doesn’t come in contact with any deadly diseases / viruses.

How much do cat vaccinations cost?

Type of VaccineWhen it Should be Administered
Temporary vaccine for kittens6 weeks old
FVRCP-Panleukopenia, Rhinotracheitis, Calcivirus, and Chlamydia7 to 12 weeks old
Booster and FelV Leukemia12 to 14 weeks old
FelV and FVRCP Booster (optional)15 to 18 weeks old
Rabies5 to 6 months old
FVRCP and FelVAnnually after 12 months old
RabiesOnce every 3 years after 18 months

Note:  Each shot mentioned above should cost at least $10 to $80 per shot.  Remember each vet will charge a vet visit fee.  Some may tack on vet visit fees while others won’t.

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