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Keep Cats Indoors!
Cars kill millions of cats each year.

Outdoor cats are exposed to serious, and often fatal, infectious diseases such as feline leukemia and rabies.

Parasites such as fleas, ticks and intestinal worms pose a health threat to your cat. Sorne of these can be transmitted to humans.

Outdoors, cats can be chased by dogs or other cats, and killed, injured or lost.

Cats are oflten shot at, poisoned, trapped or tortured by neighbors who are annoyed by cats using their gardens as a litter box or hunting grounds.

Coyotes, great-homed owls and otherwild animals are known to regularly kill and eat house cats.

Cats that spend time outdoors require more medical treatment and their life span is much shorter than cats who live indoors.


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