Hi again, Suzie and thanks for your helpful reply.
Also, thank you for your patience, as my internet connectivity was giving me some problems.
In most states, if your vet writes a letter stating that your pet is not required to be vaccinated against rabies because the vaccine could jeopardize your pet's health, this should suffice; however as you already know, you will need permission from the state of Montana, which you are entering.
Here is additional information on vaccinations in older cats: Vaccinations
As you can see, older cats are more suceptible to allergic reaction, vaccine-induced sarcoma or immune diseases when they are vaccinated.
Try contacting the state government of Montana again by phone, email or letter and hopefuly, you will get a response. Also, ask your vet if s/he will make the contact for you, to their State Veterinary Board.
I hope all works out well and you are able to bring Tiramisu with you. If not, perhaps you won't have to board her if you can find a licensed, bonded, insured pet sitter to stay in your home with her, or have a trusted, cat loving neighbor, friend, relative, etc., stay at your house to take care of her.
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