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Re: Is it better to not vaccinate pets for rabies?
 
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Re: Is it better to not vaccinate pets for rabies?


Yes, they would be outdoor and indoor cats, as are the doggies. I have considered the homeopathic route, even having the dogs checked for proper antibodies against rabies to protect me if they ever harmed anyone and were not current on their rabies vaccines. The mother cat is vaccinated so possibly the kittens got some of those antibodies - have to get that checked too. I guess if they don't have any trace of a vaccine I could give them one, once they are grown and just get them checked every year or so for continued immunity instead of repeat vaccination.
 
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