With hands touched the cat gnawed something, there are skin to help him pick off, small wildcat, looks pretty clean, after taking the alcohol disinfection with running soap washed, and then washed with alcohol-free hand sanitizer.This need to be vaccinated?
Hello, rabies virus is anaerobic bacteria, in the outside world will not survive for a few minutes, your case with your hands touch the small wildcat gnawed something, there are skin to help him pick off, with alcohol disinfection soap and water washed, this situation is generally not infected with rabies virus, there is no need to vaccinate against rabies
Hello, rabies virus is not contagious after leaving the host exposed to the air, you said the situation touched the cat chewed things, not directly bitten, scratched, licked the wound, is fine, will not be infected with the virus, do not need to inject rabies vaccine
Hello!According to your analysis of the situation, no direct bites, scratches, licking wounds by cats, only contact with cat gnawed things, this situation is generally not rabies infection, can not be vaccinated rabies vaccine.Keep a good mind, relax your spirit, develop good habits and improve the immunity of the body.I wish you good health!
If you have touched something with your hand that a cat has chewed, there is generally no risk of infection, and you should not use this rabies vaccine in this case, because you have only touched something he has eaten without being directly bitten or scratched by him.