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RE: How to protect an outside cat?

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Posted by: Aristocats at Tue Oct 14 19:10:28 2003  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Aristocats ]  
   

Oh yes, he is neutered and has all his shots. Goes in every 6 months to the vet for a check up, since he's got a rough life. Vet says for an outside only cat, he's pretty healthy, if a bit ratty and battered from all his fights. So far, he's negative for feline leuk and FIV(? it's in a combo test my vet does) and we check that every year. His first titer on FIP(I think, I may be mixing things up) was good, so he's been vaccinated for that every 6 months.

He doesn't seem to have a favored house to visit, otherwise we'd all go together and get a cat fence installed, so he had one yard to stay in that's safer.

Oh well, it's working ok for him, guess I'll try not to worry about him.

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