Like I said they usually just quarantine the cat. Sometimes that can even be 
house quarantine (you agree to keep the cat inside for X number of weeks), & of 
coarse she is already a house cat.
I got bit once by one of my cats.. The dr. said he was going to report it & he 
may have, but I never got any calls about it. I think it just depends on how 
overwhelmed your AC is.

Beth.


 
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________________________________
 From: Lance <lini...@fastmail.fm>
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Wednesday, June 5, 2013 12:00 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] a tough and sad day
 

Since we're on this subject, when I was at the doc's last night, he did ask me 
about the bite. I told him that it had come from an indoor family cat, and 
explained that she doesn't have any issues. He may have reported this, but I 
haven't gotten a call. Yet.

He wants me to get a tetanus shot. He said that the shot would be ~$85 at the 
office, but $5 if given by the Health Department. I sprung for the $5 script, 
but I'm now wondering if they're going to question me. I'd be willing to pay 
the money to not have to deal with them, if there's concern that they'll 
interrogate me or take Callie away.
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