Sure is. We brought it a stray kitten and myself and both my grand children got ring worm. Took ages to go away.
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Yes, absolutely! I had a stray dog follow me home once and he had ringworm and my brother got it. I got in trouble and the dog got taken to the vet then to the humane society. Mom wasn't happy.
by Eiddwen 6 years ago
Hi my last forum discussions have been on Dogs;however I then stopped to think and realised that I don't really know an awful lot on cats at all!!I suppose that Pedigrees have to be kept in doors ;or maybe not.Any information greatly appreciated. I look forward to hearing from you.Eddy.
by Charlu 6 years ago
Have you or a friend ever found an animal and taken it home to keep as a pet? Did it work out? If it was you how did the pet work out with you and your family or did you have to take it to a shelter?
by Taihza 7 years ago
I found a stray cat thats very sick. eyes are really gunked up and is couphing/wheezingI found this cat outside it is just a kitten. It looks old enough to be away from its mother so... i took it inside. well its eyes have been gunked up and its couphing/sneezing.. i am planning on keeping this cat...
by ptosis 4 years ago
Would you shun this person becausethey look like they might have a communicable disease such as leprosy? I have ezcema and I feel self conscious that people would look at me as if I was a leper and think I should be shot on sight.
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