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RE: Re: cats teeth and other ways to spend our money

Tigger moans for a few days after his shots, but he is a whiner anyways

What does bother me is the lump that appears there for a day. Seems like
he is reacting to the shots, a hive type lump.


> The shots can be hard on cats at any age  to my way of thinking.
> Sometimes
> they are just fine after the shot, sometimes they go to bed afterward.
> I've
> noticed they are more subdued usually if they've received more than
> usual at one time.  Just standard shots, no problem.  Add something
> like a flea shot at same time, and it is a bit harder on them.
> 17
> is getting on up there, and it may have been harder on him for just
> but not necessarily beacuase of a build up over the years.
> Kitty

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