Ahh look at this adorable cat. Oh you have a couple of scars and open scratches.Hmm Lets take you to the vet. OUCH!
Hello doctor I am concerned I was bite by a black cat. I thought the cat was injured so I tried to pick him/her up but him/her bite me and I'm worried something may happen so I came here as soon as I was bitten
Hmm... You said you were bitten by a cat. Well it is good that their are no symptoms yet so we need to act quickly before your symptoms come because once they do the vaccines wont work. Well let's take some blood test and see what happens.
I have the results and we need to give you a series of rabies vaccines to help you and your body to fight the virus this virus can be fatal so we need to work fast. But luckily your symptoms didn't show when you came here so the shots will work.
SO I HAVE TO GET MORE THAN ONE SHOT!
The girl felt the cat was injured so she leaned closer to pick the cat up to bring him/her to the vet but... then something happened. OUCH! said the girl.
You have already had the 4 doses of rabies vaccine and another shot called "Rabies Immune".
I am done with petting animals...
Thank you and don't worry I am not going to get bite EVER AGAIN!!
To know if you have rabies their are symptoms like vomiting, headaches, fever, confusion, difficulty swallowing, insomnia, nausea and hyperactivity are symptoms that will show after an animal bites you and is infected with rabies that will let you know if you have rabies.
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Because she was bite by an animal with rabies she has to get shots quickly because of how fatal and how many people have died from rabies but luckily some can be lucky.
Because she has never gotten bitten before by an animal she was given 4 doses instead of 3. Rabies is a serious virus that can be fatal. You want to make sure that you clean the wound and see a doctor immediately after the bite because if you have symptoms before you get to the doctor the shots will not work because the shots will only work when you are showing no symptoms.