Hello. I recently adopted a 1 1/2 year old neutered male named O'Neill...turns out he had been living in a "rescue" colony with horrible conditions...he was rescued by the friend of a woman from whom I got my other cat, and treated for an upper respiratory infection...I was fostering him for a few weeks to see if he'd get along with Onyx, my other cat, before adopting him. They do so last week I met with the woman to get his records, etc. and she vaccinated him them b/c he hadn't been vaccinated yet. Turns out that he hadn't gotten tested for FELV/Leukemia...did that on Sat...came out negative. So here's my question: the woman I adopted him from called today and said she'd be willing to give him a booster shot the next time I see her...is this something that he needs? He's an indoor cat. She says it's just a precaution b/c his history is so spotty.
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4/25/06 at 2:47pm