It's been four days since the cat scratched and bled, but I didn't get the vaccination. Is it still useful to get the vaccination now? There is no low fever or nausea, do I still need to get the vaccination?
Cats are highly susceptible to rabies virus. It is possible to get rabies virus from a scratch or bite by such animals, and rabies virus can lead to death once infected.
Currently, it is recommended that you go to your local canine injury clinic to inject rabies vaccine, theoretically it is recommended to inject 24 hours after the injury, but now the time has been missed and can not be recovered, it is recommended to go to the vaccination again to prevent the possibility of infection with rabies virus, the specific circumstances to the canine injury clinic to give you further examination and diagnosis
Under normal circumstances, if you are scratched by a cat, if there is bleeding, then this should be timely soap and water to clean the wound to timely vaccination can be.Generally like this case, in fact, after being scratched this have a great risk, this may be infected with the virus and cause rabies occurrence so this still need to pay attention to a little