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My cat is currently growing a fibrosarcoma (mentioned earlier) in his side from vaccinations. (We did radiation therapy and surgery, and it came back, even closer to his spine but within the previous radiation area, so there's nothing we can do about it. : ) The veterinary oncologist said this occurs in about one of every 2500 cats or so - dogs, too, but it's a much less invasive cancer. She (a very mainstream vet) recommended that if you have only indoor cats, doing MAYBE the kitten series and then nothing else.
We will likely not be vaccinating our pets anymore (possibly the dogs for rabies), and definitely not any cats we may have in the future.
Babymooning while anticipating the death of a furbaby isn't much fun.
Originally Posted by Arwyn
My cat is currently growing a fibrosarcoma (mentioned earlier) in his side from vaccinations.
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