We’ve implemented new policies light of  COVID-19, learn about how these changes will impact your upcoming visit >>

Every cat must be seen by the veterinarian to receive services. Your pet must be bright, alert, responsive, hydrated, eating and drinking normally, and have pink gums. TCAP only provides a select list of preventative services that align with our mission and not full-service care. For a complete, comprehensive physical exam to discuss any problem your pet is having, please see your full-service veterinarian. At some of our events, you and your pet(s) may have to wait outside while in line to be seen. Please prepare for the weather when attending vaccine clinics.

Vaccination Info:

Why should you vaccinate your pet?

Vaccination is a preventive measure and not a cure. Administering vaccines to your pet greatly improves their immune system by stimulating it to form disease fighting cells and proteins (known as antibodies) to protect against the disease.

Not sure what these vaccines are for? Hover over or click each vaccine below to learn more about the disease it prevents:

Which vaccines do my cats need?
TCAP offers core vaccines for cats and kittens. Kittens should receive both rounds of vaccines to ensure that they have proper immunity against these life-threatening viruses, and receive annual vaccine boosters to ensure they maintain that immunity.

Kitten Vaccine Schedule

9-11 weeks old: $25
FeLV, FHCPCh, and General Dewormer

12 weeks old and older: $30
Rabies, FeLV, FHCPCh, and General Dewormer

Adult Cat Vaccine Packages

Premium Vaccine Package: $30
Rabies, FeLV, FHCPCh, and General Dewormer

Basic Vaccine Package: $25
Rabies, FeLV, and FHCPCh

Policy for Ear Tipped Cats

Cats that have an ear tip will be considered feral (unfriendly, not able to be safely handled).  For the safety of the cat and our staff, TCAP will not be able to vaccinate, recheck, or provide wellness services for cats with an ear tip without an appointment for sedation at an additional cost of $20 and the qualifying factors for sedation being met (such as age, health, etc).