That's what my two had done today: jabs topped up (they are now Officially Indoor Cats after the vet advised me to stop trying to get them to go outside as it upsets them so much but I'd hate them to be unprotected if they were ever to find themselves somehow exposed, for the same reason I keep up with their flea&worm-proofing) & a quick check-up done.
All quite speedy - in a good way, not in an I Was Rushed way - and means that vets have a good idea of how cats are when well/can catch any problems early.
Did you get a vaccination record from CP? I managed to forget to take mine (er, my cats', not mine personally, that would be a bit odd) with me today (Mr Nijinsky's refusal to get into his carrier led to their being left on the table) so vet said I'm to just drop them in when passing & he'll update them for me.
I bloody love kittens. I had an oldie first (took her in when neighbour died) but she died about a year later so I went straight to C P and adopted like kitten (couldn't face the heartbreak of losing another oldie). I had no idea what I was letting myself in for ha ha. But I wouldn't be without her.
DP and I are dotty about her
We have our apartment up for sale. Once we move we are planning on taking on a couple more
By the way, patience. I don't know whether you have a vet plan (I'm guessing from what you said that you don't) but if you take your cat in for a vaccination booster, most vets will, effectively, throw in the check up consultation for free so no extra cost for that.
Flea and worm treatments should be given even though she's indoor - your home isn't a sealed environment and who knows what you might bring in on your shoes or clothes. (Sorry.) I've had a housecat who caught a flea before now.
I know that the Lodger's tooth problem was mainly one related to the structure of his teeth, which had grown a bit awry and needed to be sorted before they got nasty. At 1 year old, it will be a quick look by the vet and not much more I would have thought.
I know that there are schools of thought on booster jabs with some vets disliking annual ones. I always get them done - apart from FIV which isn't needed for a housecat as they're not in the risk group.
I think ask the Vet's advice. Obviously if god forbid she escaped she would be at risk from not having the boosters, and also should you want to use a cattery they will not accept her with no boosters.
I wouldn't do booster shots for an indoor cat. My last vet said that boosters could be spaced out anyway, he was against giving to too many. Other than that, I would probably only take such a young cat to the vet if they seemed different or unwell, but I always gave older pets an annual check up at the vet, however well they seemed (over 10).
Yes, she should have annual boosters. Check the Vaccination record and see when they are due then get her booked in. Usually they will check teeth and have a good inspection of the cat at the same time.