Are cats dangerous for children?
There are people who are sure that cats are dangerous for children. What if an allergy? Suddenly worms? Suddenly fleas?
But if an allergy can really be a problem (you can’t guess here), then the other risks are exaggerated.
If a cat is domesticated and is monitored (regularly vaccinated and treated for parasites, taken for examination by a veterinarian, do not practice self-walking and does not allow the cat to dig in the bin), it does not pose a threat to the child’s health and there are no restrictions on the child’s communication with no cat. Exception: scratches, but we will talk about them below.
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The first year of life is a particularly important period for a kitten. It was at this time that the musculoskeletal system formed, the Immune system grew stronger, socialization took place and the psyche formed. On the way to growing up, the kitten expects a lot of amazing discoveries, incredible adventures, but at the same time there are dangers, many of which people simply do not notice. So contact with an ordinary central heating battery for your little pet can result in a burn, and familiarity with the doorway – a tail injury.
What to do if trouble has come?
Most often, cats suffer from thermal burns. To protect your pet from damage, you should think in advance how to limit its access to heating appliances. Enclose the central heating batteries with special screens, and when cooking, carefully monitor the movements of the kitten so that it does not jump onto the hot surface of the hob. Continue reading