This depends on many factors. The most important is the age of the cat, as well as any illnesses or pre-existing conditions (e.g. kidney disease). Additionally, where you live and how you care for your cat likely has a bearing on this frequency of veterinarian visits.
In general, it’s recommended to visit a veterinarian once per year – at least – for an exam and standard vaccinations that may be different based on the animal’s lifestyle or region. And where possible, we recommend twice yearly visits to your vet so they can monitor your pet’s health over time to catch any potential problems before they are too severe: catching things early increases their likelihood of being treatable! And lastly, because veterinarians work closely with their veterinarian colleagues to ensure our animal patients receive the best care possible, we also encourage wellness checks at your local clinic with your own vet when you start seeing warning signs.