The cat might be having an affair, but it’s a good thing they’re not.
According to Dr. Richard S. Miller, an infectious disease expert at New York University, cat writing can be a sign of a more serious problem, including HIV/AIDS.
“The cat is the cat, so it’s very important that it’s not infected,” Miller told The Huffington Post.
“It’s an easy way to infect other animals, too.”
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Miller said there are ways to prevent a cat from infecting other animals.
For starters, don’t let your cat lick the floor.
Miller suggests leaving the cat on its side, rather than with other cats.
Also, keep your cat in a separate area, or keep it in a cage.
“A cat that can be infected by one infected animal will infect other, and so the virus will spread,” Miller said.
If your cat is able to escape the house, “you might want to try to do that,” Miller added.
“You want to get your cat out of the house.
You want to prevent infection.
But if it’s on the couch or on the sofa, then you can’t do that.”
If you have any questions about your cat’s ability to write, you can check with your veterinarian.
But Miller said the best way to protect yourself is to have your cat neutered, and keep it on a leash.
Miller also said that you should take your cat to a vet clinic regularly.
“If you have an animal, it’s best to get them checked out before they have an opportunity to infect others,” Miller explained.
“And the more people you have, the more chances there are that it will be a very rare event.”
Check out more of Dr. Miller’s tips for keeping your cat safe at his blog.