A kitten should complete the regular vaccination schedule. This includes a series of shots and booster shots that last around 12 months (it involves 2/3 visits to the vet). Please talk to your vet about mandatory shots and decide which shots should your kitten receive. New York State Law requires mandatory rabies shots. More details about vaccinations can be found here:
You should bring your cat to the vet if you see any of the following signs: pain or discomfort, blood in urine, difficulty breathing, pain or difficulty when going to the litter box, loss of weight, drinks too much, you feel lumps or bumps, has an open wound, stops eating or vomits more than once a day.
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