|Because of wild ancestry the rabies vaccine is not approved for bengals??
It looked to me more that the real problem was that the county was being unreasonable in not considering a Bengal a "cat". Semantics to be sure, but legally I think it makes a difference.
It said "Czar had received a rabies vaccine, but no rabies vaccines are approved for hybrids or wild animals."
So the cat was properly vaccinated, but was being judged a wild animal and not a cat.
In my opinion the National Bengal club should be all over this. They need to present an educated opinion as an accredited agency that officially declares Bengals as cats.
I saw no mention of the cats breeding- F2 or SBT??
Interesting case- Renny
please keep up updated on how this plays out!