I got my cat to get vaccinated for Dpt vaccine.
The vet I saw told me he had to wait until the next visit, so I went.
This is how it happened.
My cat, Daisy, was the first to get the vaccine.
I am glad she got it.
Her vet told me that she had a very hard time with the vaccine and that her temperature was really high and that she got a fever at one point, but she was able to stay calm and continue to eat and play.
I was so excited and relieved.
My vet told us that she would be able to go home tomorrow.
My next vet appointment was not so great.
I thought I was going to be sick for a few days.
When I woke up, I saw Daisy was really pale and lethargic.
She was so weak.
She said she was so tired and didn’t feel well.
I told her to go to the bathroom and that if she felt better, she would take her medicine.
But she didn’t seem to like the idea of going in there, so she stayed in the waiting room.
She got all the vaccines.
Her temperature dropped a bit, but I knew she was okay.
After she was done, she went home to get some food.
She came out and sat on the couch, which made me smile.
I started to feel relieved, because I knew I was doing the right thing.
I gave her a bottle of milk and she took it.
She didn’t need to drink any more.
I had to take her back to the vet.
I didn’t know what to expect when she came out.
I took her into the exam room and the vet took a look at her.
He was amazed at her health and didn the whole time ask me what I was trying to do.
The first thing he asked was, “How many of your kittens have you vaccinated for this vaccine?”
I said I had a few, and he asked me, “Why don’t you vaccinate your cats?”
The vet was very impressed.
I asked if he could take her home and give her a dose of the vaccine, and I didn