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How a Disease Can Transfer from a Cat to a Human.?

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One of the most common ways for a disease to pass to humans is through fecal material. Toxoplasmosis is caused by a parasite that infects rats and birds that are then attacked and eaten by cats. The cats ingest the parasite and deposit millions of
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