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Posted by: Ann | 2010/08/22

Innoculation

Our vet innoculated our cat with medicine that has expired by 2 months. I only realised that when I got home. I am worried, is it bad for my cat? Will the innoculation still be effective?

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Hi Ann You need to inform your vet that the vaccination was expired. The vaccination company will give no guarantee if the product is out of date. I do not suspect that the vaccination will have any adverse effect on you cat. If I was the consumer I would request that the vaccine be redone free of charge.

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Posted by: CyberVet | 2010/08/23

Hi Ann You need to inform your vet that the vaccination was expired. The vaccination company will give no guarantee if the product is out of date. I do not suspect that the vaccination will have any adverse effect on you cat. If I was the consumer I would request that the vaccine be redone free of charge.

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