Therefore, more caution is required in dealing with cats in order to avoid any of the chronic health diseases that cats carry.
Fungal viral disease, transmitted very quickly by touching the cat's hair and fur, and these fungal viruses carried by more than 40% of cats and infect humans, and the disease appears on the skin, which is a red rings and blisters appear on the skin and cause severe itching and infections.
One of the most important microbes and harmful bacteria carried by cats, which is a spiral germ very harmful to humans and transmitted from cats to it through contamination of food with cat litter.
If a person is infected with Helicobacter, it will cause severe ulcers in the stomach and inflammation of the duodenum.
Of the most common diseases transmitted from cats to humans, many cats are infected and transmitted to humans after contact with the infected cat. Some symptoms appear on the human, including redness and inflammation of the eye with some secretions that come down from the eye in the form of pus.
Enlarged lymph nodes:
Swollen lymph nodes are diseases caused by cats in humans.
Although cats are not infected with this inflation, it affects humans because of Bartonella bacteria carried by fleas infected cats.
These bacteria are transmitted to humans, causing enlargement of the lymph nodes by scratching the cat's skin.
The patient begins to feel very hot with a feeling of swelling and swelling of the lymph nodes.
Cat bite is a common disease experienced by people keen to keep cats at home. Most cats carry a microbe that causes a fever called pasteurella.
Therefore, a person feels a high temperature after being infected by some of the cat, and the teeth of cats carry harmful bacteria bacteria.
As well as tetanus virus, which is found in many cats and transmitted this disease to humans through the bite of cats in addition to the disease, which is transmitted from cats to humans through the bite and this disease is very dangerous in all cases and difficult to treat.
Intestinal catarrh is a disease caused by cats in humans. When a cat is infected with intestinal catarrh, it is caused by Salmonella or Campylobacter, which causes intestinal catarrh.
Symptoms of intestinal catarrh are vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, and sometimes fever.
Tuberculosis in cats is a very serious disease that causes death in many infected cats, and is transmitted between cats by litter or fleas from an infected cat to a healthy cat.
Symptoms of tuberculosis in cats include vomiting, diarrhea, severe exhaustion and uncertainty about the cat's ability to raise its head or drink water.
Although the incubation period of tuberculosis in cats is very short, as well as the life of cats infected with tuberculosis may be very short, but it is a disease transmitted by cats to humans.
So if you notice any symptoms similar to tuberculosis on your cat, you should contact your veterinarian immediately, to take action and try to save your cat.