Veterinary Care

Plus important Vaccination and Worming dates to remember

Veterinary Information

Your kitten has visited the vet for:

  • Their first vaccination;
  • Desexing;
  • A vet check and which has cleared your kitten for any apparent health issues, for example cleft palate, and any viruses or infections.

Your kitten’s current veterinarian is Dr Hamish Cameron from West Queanbeyan Vet: www.westqueanbeyanvet.com.au

We also recommend Dr Eamon Ryan from Belconnen Veterinary Centre: www.belconnenvets.com.au and Dr Bill Ryan from Gundaroo South Veterinary Centre.

Please ensure that when selecting a vet for your kitten that they have experience with the Bengal breed.

Vaccinations

Your kitten requires three vaccinations to be fully vaccinated. He/she must not go into public areas or interact with cats that are not up to date on their vaccination schedule until 2 weeks after their third vaccination, otherwise they will be at risk of contracting cat flu and other diseases.

A F3 Vaccination is for:

  1. Feline Panleukopenia;
  2. Feline Herpesvirus;
  3. Feline Calicivirus; and
  4. Feline Leukemia Virus

First vaccination
6-8 weeks
by Breeder (Us)

Booster vaccination
10-12 weeks
by You

Final kitten vaccination
14-16 weeks
by You

Annual Booster/ Triannual Booster
Every 12/36 month anniversary
of the Final kitten vaccination

Worming

Please discuss with your vet which treatment is appropriate for your kitten.

Intestinal Worming
2 weeks
by Breeder (Us)

Intestinal Worming
4 weeks
by Breeder (Us)

Intestinal Worming
6 weeks
by Breeder (Us)

Intestinal Worming
8 weeks
by Breeder (Us)

Intestinal Worming
10 weeks
by Breeder (Us)

Intestinal Worming
12 weeks
by You

Intestinal Worming
Monthly thereafter
by you

Tick Treatment

Please discuss paralysis tick treatment with your vet. Your kitten has not been treated for paralysis ticks.