After stopping bleeding for more than ten minutes, the wound touched the hair of a stray cat. I'm not sure whether it licked itself, but I didn't lick it a minute or two before I touched it. Do you want to get a vaccine
You should make sure that the wound is not in direct contact with the cat. There is no bacteria on the cat's fur, mainly in the mouth. See if he has licked it. If you are really worried, go to the epidemic prevention station to get rabies vaccine.
According to the question you asked, when the wound is in contact with the animal's hair during hemostasis, it is generally necessary to inject rabies vaccine in time and effectively to prevent the wound from being infected by substances in the animal's saliva or hair. Therefore, injection is better for safety.
According to the question you asked, it is that you came into contact with the animal's hair and saliva during the process of injury. In this case, if you want to be safe, you should mainly take the rabies vaccine. Because the current situation is not completely determined, you support the injection of the vaccine.