Re: vaccinations

Nancy A. Schmall ( (no email) )
Wed, 17 Feb 1999 19:20:07 -0600 (CST)

Karla,
I agree with Laura--there is a debate of whether or not indoor cats
should/should not be vaccinated . . . but *if* they should escape, they
are protected to some extent. Nancy

On Wed, 17 Feb 1999, Laura Jordan wrote:

> I would get them both rabies and Felv shots. I have 5 indoor cats, one
> positive and all have all of their shots. It's the law where I live, in
> case they should escape, at least THEY are vaccinated, even if everyone
> else's cats aren't. Better to be safe than sorry is my motto.
>
> Laura and the Brat Pack
>
> Chris M. Starrett wrote:
>
> > Hi all Since frankie has passed on I have decided to get my other
> > cat Roxie tested ,she was tested in "96"and was neg. She never was in
> > contact with Frankie and never shared anything so I am confident that
> > she is ok but you cannot be too careful. My question is, should a
> > inside cat have the leukemia shot and the rabies. I do not want to her
> > to have any problems if she does not have to. I also am
> > getting a new cat of course one that needs a home she also will be
> > tested but I am not taking her until the end of the week. She has had
> > her shots but not the felv. Thanks for the info
> > ====================================================
> > Chris M. Starrett - chriss@honeymoonpaper.com
> > Please note that my e-mail address has changed
> > ====================================================
> >
>
>

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