Happy Kitten Health Plan

The Oromocto Veterinary Hospital would like to congratulate you on the newest addition to your family! We hope your kitten will be an enjoyable and happy addition to your life for many years to come.

The Happy Kitten Health Plan is designed to provide your kitten with a complete immunization, deworming and consultation program to support your cat through its critical growth phase. The health plan includes nutritional, dental and behavioural consultation as well as free hospital examinations up to five (5) months of age.

The Happy Kitten Health Plan will save you over 15%, when compared to our standard prices for these services.

Regular fees apply to medication, surgery, treatments and emergency care during this health plan period.

The Happy Kitten Health Plan will include required vaccinations at each of three visits. By the completion of the plan, your cat will be immunized against: feline rhinotracheitis virus, calicivirus, panleukopenia, chlamidia, feline leukemia and Rabies. At each visit, your kitten will be dewormed against roundworms and hookworms. A fecal sample analysis done during the last visit will determine if there are intestinal parasites that require further deworming. We will discuss and recommend the appropriate flea preventative medications so that you may best protect your kitten.

We recommend blood testing of all kittens for the serious viruses, Feline Leukemia (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). These are especially recommended for cats where you do not know the status of the kitten’s mother and for cats adopted from a shelter.

When you take advantage of our expertise as well as the other information available to you during the hospital visits, you are doing your best to keep your new cat as happy and healthy as possible.


  • For kittens starting at 7-9 weeks of age.
  • Visits are at 3-4 week intervals.
  • Additional fees are required for FeLV and FIV testing.
  • Health plan fee to be paid in full at first visit.

Please feel free to call us anytime if you have questions or concerns about your pet.