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Can getting double vaccinated be harmful to a cat? Picking up tomorrow and not sure if she had shots

Also, is there a way for the vet to tell?

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  • Cindi LeonardCindi Leonard Plantation, Fla.Member Posts: 1,670
    Accepted Answer
    If you are picking her up from someone (rescuer, shelter, breeder) that person will have a medical history for the cat. It is not harmful to deworm again, but double-vaccinating is NOT ideal and you should speak with a vet and do your due diligence before giving extra vaccines. Feed a healthy food like MaxCat dry in chicken or salmon, found in pet retailers. Also, if she is not spayed yet, make an appointment for as soon as she is old enough. ^_^
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