At around the same time, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Vaccine-Associated
Feline Sarcoma Task Force initiated several studies to find out why 160,000 cats each year in
the USA develop terminal cancer at their vaccine injection sites.
Group charged with the task of looking into canine and feline vaccines(4) following pressure from
Canine Health Concern. What do you imagine was the advice of the AVMA Task Force, veterinary bodies
and governments? “Carry on vaccinating until we find out why vaccines are killing cats, and which cats
are most likely to die.” In America, in an attempt to mitigate the problem, they’re vaccinating cats in the tail or leg so they can amputate when cancer appears.
But other species are okay - right? Wrong. In August 2003, the Journal of Veterinary Medicine
carried an Italian study which showed that dogs also develop vaccine-induced cancers at their injection
sites. We already know that vaccine-site cancer is a possible sequel to human vaccines, too.
autoimmune haemolytic anaemia (AIHA). Without treatment, and frequently with treatment, individuals
can die in agony within a matter of days. Merck, itself a multinational vaccine manufacturer, states
in The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy that autoimmune haemolytic anaemia may be caused by
modified live-virus vaccines, as do Tizard’s Veterinary Immunology (4th edition) and the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. (6) The British Government’s Working Group, despite being staffed by vaccine industry consultants who say they are independent, also acknowledged this fact. However, no one warns
the pet owners before their animals are subjected to an unnecessary booster, and very few owners are
told why after their pets die of AIHA.
When the dog owners who took part in the CHC survey reported that their dogs developed short
attention spans, 73.1% of the dogs did so within three months of a vaccine event. The same percentage
of dogs was diagnosed with epilepsy within three months of a shot (but usually within days). We
also found that 72.5% of dogs that were considered by their owners to be nervous and of a worrying
disposition, first exhibited these traits within the three-month post-vaccination period.