- Sep 5, 2021
My first degree is in immunology and I work in medical research. I was never fanatically pro vaccine, but I wasn't anti either. I contacted the vet and am waiting for a call back. I have my suspicions and I will take bun to a neurology specialist to determine what is happening. And if it indeed a vaccine reaction I will write up a case report to publish in a vet journal. There aren't many research papers on the subject because it is veterinary medicine and adverse reactions are rarely followed up on to determine exactly what happened.You're eating those smart pills, Misha_Bun_and_Pika -- when you get educated on the deep and wide subject of the biomedical empire, you reconsider a lot of things they brainwash us to accept. I've always had a hard time deciding where my beloved cats are concerned, because what I decide for my own health is one thing, and what I decide for someone in my care is sometimes another. Some of the cat illnesses are so virulent. But I did lose one beloved kitten to wet-form FIP after she had checked out completely healthy -- and I opted to get the vax for her because I had lost my beloved Sun to dry-form FIP. She developed the symptoms very rapidly and passed away during the night. She was due to have an appt. the next day. I feel she contracted it from the vax. I never got that again. And I never will. I do get the rabies because it is forced on us, and the FVRCP because it has always been "the one to get" for wide-spectrum protection. Now, I guess, THAT has to be mistrusted as well.
I acknowledge that I'm not *sure* what's wrong with Bun, but acute vaccine injury resulting in demyelination is my hypothesis. I just need to prove it