Akira's vet signed a paper for me to give to my landlord stating that she is getting too old and is not exposed to other cats and lives indoor only. So now we don't have to be concerned with all those unnecessary vaccines that have a greater potential for harm. It was after a routine vaccination that my previous cat started showing the first signs of IBD, so thi has already been on my mind concerning my present cat. Plus, with all I've learned about human vaccines, I'm not too keen on giving too many vaccines to my cat. I can see that there are actually MORE problems with modern vaccines than even th ones given when I was a child.
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