2/7/2012

A study led by Colorado State University researchers found that bobcats, pumas and domestic cats concentrated in the same areas share diseases including bartonellosis, toxoplasmosis and FIV. The study also noted that though wild cat populations were segregated into specific geographic boundaries by highways and urban development, enough habitat overlap was present that disease transmission among cats, and between humans and cats, can occur.

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