Haven't posted for quite awhile and wanted opinions of all the cat experts. Last May we adopted a lovely long-haired tabby from the same shelter where we adopted our dog. Of course shelter rules made it mandatory for her to have a rabies and other feline vaccines. My question is, it is time for her annual rabies shot but since she is an indoor only cat I am undecided whether or not to give her the vaccine. Our last cat was not the least bit interested in leaving the house so I never gave him a rabies shot. Neely, on the other hand, would most likely follow our dog out the door if I let her so I'm waivering about what to do. For those cat owners who keep their cat(s) indoors - do you give them an annual rabies vaccine? And do you feel the same way about the feline leukemia vaccine? Thanks for your help.
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5/13/06 at 1:53pm