Cats carry diseases that can be deadly to humans, and it’s costing Australia $6 billion every year

16 Oct 2020
If cats are always kept indoors they have a low risk of catching and spreading the disease.

Toxoplasmosis, cat roundworm and cat scratch disease are caused by pathogens that depend on cats — pets or feral — for part of their life cycle. But these diseases can be passed to humans, sometimes with severe health consequences.

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