I am devastated to have lost my soulmate Hugo, the love of my life, after he had his vaccine for leukaemia.
He didn’t deserve to die this way, he was only 6 years old and really suffered due to my vets who were both incompetent and never having (supposedly) seen anything like this before. I want answers and want to stop this happening to others so if anyone can help it would be much appreciated.
To cut a long story short, he was well, although very slightly off his food week before vaccine (I told the vet this). After vaccine he had an immediate reaction, fever and wouldn’t get out of bed. I had heard cats could be like this for a few days following vaccine.
They injected him in his shoulder blades, something I have later heard is worrying. He died from what was believed to be an unknown illness as all his blood tests were relatively normal apart from low white blood cells when first omitted, high urea and reduced kidney function two days before he died.
My vets wouldn’t scan him as they didn’t think it was necessary, despite several requests over period of two weeks. I know, I am beating myself up about this, I trusted them and they let me down.
Post mortem revealed Hugo had a very aggressive type of cancer associated to lymphoma. Histology confirmed that my darling Hugo who was to very precious to me had cancer all over his body. He died from lesions in his heart ultimately. The cells were tested and they were so new that they hadn’t even turned into lymphoma, if that makes sense. They definitely were produced after the vaccine so possibly around 2/3 weeks before he died.
I am pretty sure that this illness was from Hugo having the vaccine, that is my gut reaction as he was so well in every way according to endless tests.
Can anyone help? Have you ever heard of this relating to a vaccine? If not has anyone heard of a cancer so wide spread, so young and aggressive in a short space of time? Maybe this is happening all the time, I know of animals who have died 3 weeks after vaccine but without post mortem, how do you know about these things?
I am missing Hugo so much, he had a bad start in life, I rescued him at 6 months old and unfortunately, perhaps due to the vaccine, he had a very painful death which I so wish could have been avoided.
Please help, many thanks,
Thank you for you answer. I know this, according to the post mortem the cells Hugo had weren’t officially lymphoma as they were too new to be cancer. They were definitely less than 3 weeks old but as they were so aggressive they had spread throughout his body.
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