Keep the cat indoors, their health and good for you

Keep the cat indoors, their health and good for you

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Researchers said that people of the house should also take care of this because humans can also get infected by diseases of cats. Advice on keeping the cat indoors.

Paris: At  least one debate between cat lovers is over now whether to keep pet cats indoors or even outside. Scientists say that it is definitely good to keep cats indoors.

Scientists in the Royal Society journal Biology Letters said that out-of-home cats are actually about three times more likely to be infected with microbes or parasites than domesticated cats.

Researchers said that people of the house should also take care of this because humans can also get infected by diseases of cats. If cats spend time outside the home, they are feared to be infected with some type of bug or virus.

Researcher Kaleigh Chalkowski of the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences of Auburn University, Alabama, said that it doesn’t matter which corner of the world you live. Keeping your cats indoors can protect them from diseases caused by infection.

There are about 9 million domesticated cats in America, and they number about 50 crores worldwide.