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Your kitten’s first visit to Crossroads Animal Hospital starts your kitten off on “the right paw” and establishes the relationship between you and our health care team. We are excited to meet your new kitten and provide you with the best kitten care, guidance, behavior advice and information you will need to ensure that your kitten grows up strong, healthy, and happy!
When you pick up your kitten, remember to ask what and when he or she was fed. Replicate that schedule until your first kitten visit with us. We will recommend the ideal long term feeding schedule for your kitten during your first visit.
The first step you can take is to visit us so that we can perform a comprehensive “nose-to-tail” physical exam on your kitten. Please bring your kitten to see Dr. Jordan as soon as possible after you receive your kitten. Kittens need vaccinations every three weeks until they are four months old to protect them from panleukopenia, respiratory infections, and other serious diseases.
The first visit has many benefits
Your kitten in a carrier.
Any prior health information that the seller, shelter, or another provided to you, such as information about the history of vaccines, deworming,, etc.
A stool sample so we can check for intestinal parasites.