Felines and mankind have been residing in harmony for many years but that hasn't always been the situation. There have been times when pet cats have been nearly wiped out in the name of God. And what took place the Black Loss of life reigned supreme for considerably longer than it should. So we will get back to the origins of recorded record to the time of the pharaohs of Egypt. Here cats were revered as Gods and many were mummified to last for eternity. As the cats guarded the grain warehouses and killed the rats and mice that given on the grain. Therefore lowering famines, which were the curse of Egypt. It was illegal to wipe out cats in those times, like cows in India today.
Cats actually hold a few parasites, a few fleas and some diseases and some can change serious but not many. If pet cats were creating too much sickness they would not need invaded our lives as well as they have. But you may still find people out there who do nothing like felines. When I first visited China about 20 years ago there have been very few pet cats coping with people and incredibly few wild felines. I was impressed because I've had cats all my life and I never thought people didn't like felines. But in China folks said cats taken disease which was it. I feel that might have something regarding that cat sick you get in your attention. Not serious simply a minor problem for weekly Of course, if you were pregnant you'd to stay away from cats. I believe they were referring to toxoplasmosis, but if you get that whenever you are a kid it will not affect your child. In addition they said pet cats were dusty but I don't think so. I believe felines are one of the cleanest household pets you can have. I feel that originated from the cats killing the rats and mice. Because rats are incredibly dirty pets then because the felines killed and ate them they will also be filthy. A filthy by connection type of thing. Also there were some big sewer rats working round throughout the day. Once I found a rat and a cat face off each other and the kitten wasn't much bigger than the rat. They were about a feet apart staring the other person out and the cat ran away. I'm not astonished the rat's tooth were bigger that the felines.