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Onset of Flu Season Raises Concerns About Human-to-Pet Transmission

October 3, 2012 — As flu season approaches, people who get sick may not realize they can pass the flu not only to other humans, but possibly to other animals, including pets such as cats, dogs and ferrets.
Cold and flu are viral diseases that are commonly occurring not only in human beings but also animals. Thus your pet cat can easily catch cold and flu and also spread the same to other pets in the house as cat’s cold and flu are very contagious for other cats staying together.

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I'm an elderly lady with grown kids, grandkids, great grandkids !! I paint, write poetry and short story's. I live with 2 beautiful cats that I really love and try not to roll over their tails in my wheelchair !

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