We’re in the process of taking our cat to Australia from Bulgaria.
We’ve done the first couple of stages, notably the rabies vaccination.
In the info from the Australian government, they state that the doctor needs to “Write a not e for you to take that confirms that they performed (a) and (b)” (a) and (b) being scanning the microchip and administering the vaccination.
However, our vet merely wrote out the procedure in our cat’s passport. We didn’t get a note.
Should we be concerned about this? Or is the info in the passport what the Aus Government document means by “a note”?
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