Yes, I agree. If you don't have any symptoms, then I wouldn't worry about it! Frankly, I've been bitten by lots of cats, some of them strays, and I've never been vaccinated for anything. And that goes for lots of people I know, too.
If you do have any symptoms that you, for any reason, think may be connected to the cat bite, then you should see a doctor. It might be something else, or a vaccination might not be the appropriate treatment. Make sure you know what you are dealing with.
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