The cost of the first vaccinations for a cat depend on a couple of things. If the cat is a kitten, it will vary a little bit depending on how old the kitten is. If the kitten is about 8 to 10 weeks old, she will need a physical exam, FVRCP vaccination, a fecal parasite test, a Feline Leukemia/FIV test, a deworming. All of this costs about $147. An adult cat that lives indoors needs a physical exam, FVRCP and Rabies vaccinations, Hillsborough County Rabies License, and fecal parasite test. That cost is about $149. If your cat goes outside the doctor will also recommend a Leukemia vaccination and a Feline Leukemia/FIV blood test. These 2 services along with the indoor cat services comes to $234.
Ask a Vet:
Have a pet issue?
next question: My 11 year old pit bull has developed a hematoma. I understand the surgery costs $400-530. I was recently laid-off. Can you drain it or provide me with some help for her at less than $400?
previous question: I have a parakeet that is usually very talkative and chirps all day long and readily steps up to my finger and sits on my shoulder. He has such a great personality. In the past week, he has stopped chirping and it is very rare to hear his voice now. Also, he is not as likely to step onto my finger or stay on my shoulder. He sleeps a lot and is not as responsive. Is it possible that he might be deaf or could this be a more serious problem?