Hi! I have heard a lot of negative things about vaccinations and such. I take my sweet Sylvester to the vet when he needs to go, but lately I've been wondering if a natural approach would be healthier. It seems like most stray cats do just fine. If anyone out there is using natural methods, please let me know how it is working for your cat's overall health?
"Most stray cats do fine". Wow that is so not true. It's estimated that 50% of all stray cats are either suffering from, or carriers of Feline Leukemia. The estimated lifespan of a stray cat is about 5 years. Most die from disease and infection, as they get no treatment for the numerous cat fights they get into, not to mention they have poor nutrition.
You can improve the safety of the vaccines your pet gets by asking the vets to administer vaccines that don't have aluminum adjuvant as a component, as its thought to be the primary culprit for infections at the injection site. Rabies is required by law.
Never trust a tall dwarf... he's lying about something.