If My Cat Lives Indoors, Why Does She Need a Rabies Shot?

The reasons inoculation against rabies is advised even for house cats.

Although it might seem like dogs are more prone than cats to contract rabies since they go outside, four times as many pet cats are reported to get rabies each year as pet dogs. How could that happen, since house cats aren’t allowed out? Usually it’s because a rabid animal such as a bat or […]
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