Plague in Domestic Cats — Idaho, 2016 – MMWR

Cat-associated human plague cases, including fatalities, have been reported in the western United States since 1977 (3). Compared with dogs, cats are highly susceptible to plague illness and can transmit disease to humans directly through exposure to respiratory droplets and infectious body fluids associated with bites or scratches (1).

Source: Notes from the Field: Plague in Domestic Cats — Idaho, 2016 | MMWR

For all my cat loving readers.

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