Greetings Juan.Your description does not indicate that you are at a risk of Rabies (especially with the up to date vaccination of the dog). If there was no injury / bite by the stray cats, chance of rabies is zero. If there was a bite by the cat, your veterinary doctor may consider a booster vaccine. In United States, canine rabies is eradicated. Please see this CDC article;http://www.cdc.gov/news/2007/09/canine_rabies.htmlInternet resources are many times unauthentic and they can play in mind and cause unnecessary anxiety. You can decrease your anxiety by preventing the roaming of your dog free in the surrounding vicinity.Please feel free for your follow up questions.
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