Thank you for this information! A few follow up though --
Indoor cats do not need too many vaccines and shots are actually bad for a cat (except when you weighing in the good effects a vaccine will do for a cat who is susceptible to a certain disease). My cat is protected with Revolution and gets his annual rabies shot. He also interacts with my 2 active dogs (protected by Trifexis) who go to several different dog parks. Will that be enough medication and vaccination for him or should I still go for the Feline Distemper (5-in-1 combo)?View Thread
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