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Cat and nat ages.

I was wondering if anyone has the information. I'm talking to a few people at my nat who might be able to help.

I'm in the process of registering in another state for an "Aging Home" and the process involves a number of documents being faxed in so my cat can receive his state registered ID. They didn't really understand what I wanted to do (he already had a microchip and his rabies vaccination info) and when they told me they needed the same documentation in the new state as in the old state I was a little confused.

Apparently the documentation needs to be for ALL of your pets' ages and birth dates and the state I'm considering has a birth month requirement as well (apparently cats in a lot of states do not take a month of birth in the month they were born)....

Do you know of a place where I can find this information online? I've tried searching for nat pet information on the net and haven't had much luck, I was hoping someone here could point me in the right direction?

I'm in the process of registering in another state for an "Aging Home" and the process involves a number of documents being faxed in so my cat can receive his state registered ID. They didn't really understand what I wanted to do (he already had a microchip and his rabies vaccination info) and when they told me they needed the same documentation in the new state as in the old state I was a little confused.

Apparently the documentation needs to be for ALL of your pets' ages and birth dates and the state I'm considering has a birth month requirement as well (apparently cats in a lot of states do not take a month of birth in the month they were born)....

Do you know of a place where I can find this information online? I've tried searching for nat pet information on the net and haven't had much luck, I was hoping someone here could point me in the right direction?

Thank you

Hi

You can ask for that from your vet if you can access to them. Just say you need to get all your cat's shots done all at once.

Also here is a link to a list of states that require their cats to be up to date on vaccines. They can be accessed here: http://www.vaccines-fda.gov/default.htm

I found a list online of all states requirements, but it doesn't specifically say that the states require proof that the cat was up to date for all the shots. If you get that proof from the vet it should be a breeze to register, just make sure your cat has a microchip and that you include all his vital information on it (and make sure he has no issues).

If he was born after July 1, 1990 then you can have him microchipped and have him vaccinated according to the list from the CDC. The microchip will be registered in his state and you won't need to include birth information, but you need to provide the state with the vet's phone number, the vet's name and address, and the name of the clinic or service where the microchip was registered. Then he can have rabies vaccine that is one year old at the time of registration. The vet can also administer the other shots if he is up to date.

"Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, champagne in one hand - strawberries in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO HOO - what a ride"

Yes, i have an idea about that, but what i want to do is have my cat up to date on all his vaccines as of a specific day, and then have him in a location where his microchip will be registered so that it would not be lost if he gets found lost.

I understand what you're saying, it's just that I was thinking about doing something like this a few weeks ago, and I wasn't sure how you can prove that you are up to date on your shots and not let them go back to being due for another.

"Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, champagne in one hand - strawberries in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO HOO - what a ride"

There is a big risk of someone else not registering your cat correctly. Some clinics require a letter from your vet describing how your cat was vaccinated, so if that info is missing, they may not get it right. The clinic also may require a letter from the vet saying that your cat has a microchip and they sent a copy of the microchip so that they can confirm the information is right.

"Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, champagne in one hand - strawberries in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO HOO - what a ride"


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