I adopted a female cat from a trucking company in an industrial park a few years ago. She had been abandoned and was starving. She is a sweet cat but won't let anyone handle her, I can pet her a little when she will allow it, but putting Frontline on her is very tricky and she holds a grudge for days. To try and get her to the vet would be nearly impossible and most likely would result in blood loss by me. Picking her up is very limited and she is very suspicious of intentions. Any ideas on how to get her the necessary shots, I pity the vet.
contact animal control, they may know how feral cats in your area are vaccinated. out here in the country, the vets give syringes of vaccine to farmeres to vaccinate their barn cats themselves.(it cuts down on rabies outbreaks). we just write down all the cats names and check them off as we catch them.lol good luck! sp
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