I got bit by my cat 85-90 days ago. I got bit again today. Should I take an anti-rabies vaccine again? Is your cat rabid? What makes you think that it’s rabid? Just because a cat bites/nips does not mean it has rabies. When was it attacked by a rabid animal? That’s the Retirement plan to build hot rods shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this way animals get rabies, by being attacked or bitten by other animals that are rabid. Rabies does not appear out of thin air. Obviously, your cat didn’t have rabies the first time. If it did, it would be dead by now. Unless it has been exposed, it won’t have rabies now, either. As far as your cat biting you, is that a full-blown, blood-drawing bite? Or is it just a nip or scratch from playing. If it’s a full out bite, I would suspect that you are doing something wrong in regards to the cat. Stop doing that. If it’s a nip, then work to tone down your play techniques. Cats play, and they will learn boundaries if you teach them.
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