Can my kitten go outside if not all vaccinations have been given yet? - The Waggin' Train Veterinary Clinic

It depends on where the cat lives and what vaccines they've had prior to that, and the age they are. So let's say your cat got vaccinated at 10 weeks and again at 14 weeks, and maybe your veterinarian wants to do one more at 18 weeks. You're close. Can that cat go outside? I'll answer it this way. I usually err on the side of caution, so I would rather that your cat not be exposed until I can be more certain and you can be certain that they are protected.

If in my previously mentioned scenario, would I expected them to contract something that they were vaccinated for? No, I would not expect, but vaccines are not 100% foolproof. So when in doubt, keep them indoors until they are fully vaccinated.

Can my kitten go outside if not all vaccinations have been given yet? - Advanced Animal Care

I would recommend waiting until they have that last vaccine series with their rabies because that's going to be the way they're going to contract it—from wildlife outside, but hopefully, they never do. But to make sure that they're fully protected, I would wait until they finish out their full vaccine series.

Can my kitten go outside if not all vaccinations have been given yet? - Animal Hospital of Statesville

Great question. In an ideal world, your kitten wouldn't be exposed to other cats until they're fully vaccinated, which would be two weeks after their last set of shots here. That would be around four and a half to five months old. Now, can they go outside and be monitored? Sure. But they're going to be at higher risk until they're fully vaccinated.