I had to make a decision about vaccinating my cat.
My cat was diagnosed with flu season, and I had already been told I should have gotten vaccinated the day before I was supposed to be out of town.
I was worried about the risk of infection, and the idea of taking him to the vet was scary, so I was on the fence.
But as the days passed, I was reassured by his health and well-being, and by his new-found enthusiasm.
I’m glad we did it.
The flu season can be tough, but for pet owners who have a pet, the risks are not that big.
The virus has already killed over 200,000 people worldwide, and that doesn’t even include the deaths caused by bird flu and other diseases.
Even if you have an older cat who was vaccinated at a young age, you don’t have to worry about it anymore.
The CDC recommends keeping your cat’s vaccinations up to date.
The vaccine will give you about 10 weeks of protection against the flu.
If you have a dog, or if you’re taking your pet to a veterinary clinic for routine checkups, you might need to have your cat vaccinated for flu season.
That can be a long wait.
But even with all the precautions, I knew my cat was still on my mind.
And that’s why I made the decision to vaccinate him.
It’s my pet’s life, after all.
I could have taken him to a vet or to a clinic.
But I chose to take him to his new home.
As for me, I will always be thankful for the vaccine I received and the outpouring of love and support I’ve received since.