Thanks, Kathy Although I had human diseases in mind, the way it was posted. I guess one horse disease would qualify. Of course, house cats and others also seem to be riding in the same boat.
>>>>Recently, S. neurona sarcocysts have been identified in the muscles of cats, raccoons, armadillos, sea otters and skunks. Recent studies from Michigan and Florida have reported S. neurona antibodies in 5% of domestic cats. A subsequent study has confirmed domestic cats to be natural carriers of this parasite (Stanek et al., 2003).<<<<