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  • Traveling to israel with two cats

    Hi,

    I have a question about pet travel requirements for entry to Israel. I understand that I need a rabies vaccination for my cats, including a titer test 30 days afterwards. I was planning on traveling to Israel in January 2016, but I have received an offer for an apartment. I will have to leave NYC within the week. Since my cats will have the rabbits vaccination, but not the titer which has to be done 30 days after the vaccination will my cats need to be quarantined? Or will I be allowed to take my cats to my new apartment with me just as long as I get the titer at a local Israel vet. If I won't be able to take my cats out of the airport with me what are the cat quarantine rates? My cats are perfectly healthy house cats, no infection or diseases.

    Thanks,
    Marisol.

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    Re: Traveling to israel with two cats

    Sorry typo, meant rabies instead of rabbits.

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      Re: Traveling to israel with two cats

      Marisol - your kitties need to have the titer test before entering Israel, but there is no waiting period after the rabies vaccination. It would be very surprising if the airlines would transport them without meeting the requirements.
      Jason

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