Question by  sunnypenguin (28)

What are the side effects for the rabies vaccine for cats?

I want to be prepared before my cat gets a shot.


Answer by  luckykadm (86)

A cat can get sorness at the injection site along with achy joints, he or she may sleep more than usual and sometimes they wont eat for a day or two, if you notice difficulty breathing, or a glassy eyed look you will need to call the veterinarian immediately for an evaluation.


Answer by  christy (35)

There are no substantial side effects from the rabies vaccine. Your cat may be lethargic after the shot, but no significant pain will affect them.


Answer by  frankdfgsdfg (11)

some side effects include, but are not limited to: death, allergic reactions, immunity to rabies, ninja skills, not being able to live, being dead, not ever getting rabies, and not dieing. That is all. Not really, ask someone else.


Answer by  Smokey (10)

The side effects from rabies vaccine are rare but can be serious one of them is liver disease which can be fatal if not treated promptly and correctly other possible side effects can be seizure's and motor loss skills and swelling where the injection took place and a lack of appetite all of these side effects are rare.


Answer by  katharine (3981)

Rabies vaccinations don't usually have side effects for cats. Occasionally a cat will have an allergic reaction, but it usually isn't very serious.


Answer by  jingles (142)

There are two different vaccines for rabies. The one that lasts for three years could cause kitty to develop a lump that could lead to feline leukemia.

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