Cats under three months old can be brought to Canada without requirement for vaccinations, certificates or quarantine.
Cats older than three months from a rabies free country may be brought to Canada with:
There is no waiting period required between the time the animal was vaccinated and it entering Canada.
Cats of all ages entering Canada from a non-rabies free country must have an original, valid rabies vaccination certificate, issued by a licensed veterinarian in either English or French. The certificate must clearly identify the animal and indicate the name and serial number of the licensed vaccine used.
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