Parasites and Zoonoses

A guide to understanding your cat's complex issues.

By Elaine Wexler-Mitchell, D.V.M.

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Part of taking good care of your cat includes protecting him from the many parasites to which he might be exposed during his life. It makes good sense for his health, and in many cases, protects the human members of your family from illness as well.

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Galadriel    Lothlorien, ME

12/12/2013 11:44:46 PM

Good to know.

Janet    Bethlehem, PA

10/3/2012 7:25:16 AM

good article, thanks

CatChannelEditor    Irvine, CA

6/5/2012 9:42:04 AM

Joanna -- We're glad you are taking your cat to the vet. This is the best possible way to determine what ails your cat. If this does not solve the problem, please come back and search our site for "lost meow" or "cat lost meow."

joanna    Queens, new york, NY

6/4/2012 5:16:36 PM

Hi, I need answers. One morn. one of my cats lost their meow. Appetite is good and toilettres ok too. then low and be hold just when I was going to make an appt. with vet. The other cat lost her voice too. what could this be. The both of them?

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