SIGN UP

What diseases can you catch from a cat?

Avatar Image
brenda43 | 17:44 Thu 15th Sep 2011 | Animals & Nature
23 Answers
Can you catch worms from cats?

Answers

21 to 23 of 23rss feed

First Previous 1 2

Best Answer

No best answer has yet been selected by brenda43. Once a best answer has been selected, it will be shown here.

For more on marking an answer as the "Best Answer", please visit our FAQ.
Yes, I think you can. If you think you have them then you should see a G.P. at once.
Felinosis - nearly enough to turn me gay....
Hi Lottie, just seen your post. It's gone 2am and I've just got up as I couldn't sleep. Regarding FL, my experience is that it worked for many years on my dog and cats but then it suddenly stopped working. I researched it and saw that lots of people were having the same problem so I went to see my vet. My experience talking to him was the opposite of yours. He told me that because of all the complaints they had received they had ceased stocking it and now prescribe Advocate. Now I know it does still work for some animals but my point is that I am trying to stop people wasting their money on something that many people have a problem with and which may not work. Why waste money on something which mightn't work? Why risk it when you can buy something like Advocate or others which jolly well will work. I remember ummmm says she still uses it and doesn't have a problem and you have said the same. My advice to you is the same as I told ummmm and that is to keep a close eye on your animals because me and my neighbour, who had the same problem at the same time, had a helluva job to get rid of the damn fleas and it cost us a packet as well. Just trying to be helpful to folk Lottie that's all. X

21 to 23 of 23rss feed

First Previous 1 2

Do you know the answer?

What diseases can you catch from a cat?

Answer Question >>

Related Questions

Sorry, we can't find any related questions. Try using the search bar at the top of the page to search for some keywords, or choose a topic and submit your own question.