Our expert says:
I strongly suggest that you deworm your cat and yourself. Take your cat to the vet and get yourself a D-Worm cheweble tablet as a once off dose, which is available over the counter. It is imperative to wash your hands regularly, especially after touching your cat and as a good hygienic method to prevent the contraction of diseases.
Dr Anrich Burger
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