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Our 14 year old cat,Tulsi, who tested positive for FeLV at 1 year of age, just tested negative. The vet said she probably fought off the disease. She also said the cat should get vaccinations since she tested negative.

Tulsi is now becoming a strictly indoor-only cat(after a fox tail damaged her eye). Our other 9 cats still come and go as they please outside. So my question is, what vaccines should she get?

Should she even get vaccines even though she is so old?
She hasn't gotten vaccines throughout her life, I don't even know when her last vaccines were....because I was worried the vaccines would break down her immunity to FeLV if she had it.

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Abhay
 

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Just to let you know, drjean is gone on holiday until July 1st. Much deserved! From what I remember, however, she does not recommend any vacinations at all for indoor cats unless rabies is required by law.
 
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