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Answer by mtnmama111 at 8:55 PM on Feb. 2, 2009
It depends on how able you are to maintain your pets. You should not change the litter or come into contact with their feces during pregnancy (Toxoplasmosis). You should not allow cats up onto eating/working surfaces. Remember, they stand in their toilet (litter box) and coliforms (fecal bacteria) are constantly on their feet. You'll have to take them to the vet regularly, keep them on heart worm (which protects against other worms too) and have them tested for worms regularly especially if they go outdoors at all. Many parasites can communicate from animal to human and children are 5 times as susceptible to infection by a parasite from an animal as adults are. I would also keep the cat from climbing in the crib. Just because it didn't smother someone elses' child doesn't mean another cat can't smother yours.
Answer by NovemberLove at 9:04 PM on Feb. 2, 2009
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