I hope I don't scare you more, but something like this happened to me and the dr insisted I take the shots, since apparently bats have claws and teeth that are so sharp and small you can be knicked without knowing it. He said they almost always err on the side of caution. That being said, my insurance paid for the shots and honestly they weren't that bad. I had to take 4 or 5 shots over the course of a month, can't remember because it has been almost ten years. They were about like a tetunus shot. The first one also consists of a gamma globulin shot which is based on your weight and it is the worst one. Hint, if you have to take them tell the nurse you want to take all of the globulin shots at once, most adults weigh enough that you have to take two or three at once. After the first one it is easy peasy. Seriously call your local epidemiologist and ask them what you should do. But the upside, if you do take the shots rabies can be crossed of the list of hypo triggers. And the dr.told me there has never been a case of rabies in a person who initiated the shots within two weeks of exposure.