Our expert says:
Sorry to hear about your situation.
The vets that noted the reaction should have informed the vaccination company who would generally conduct an investigation – they may also cover the cost of treatment.
If the chances of exposure to Felv can be excluded then there is no need to vaccinate. The other alternative is to try a different Felv vaccination.
I hope this helps.
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