Topic: Cat litter
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September 3rd, 2013, 08:05 PM
UncetainMommy UncetainMommy is offline
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If you've been changing the litter box for a while chances are you've already caught the troublesome virus. There is a blood test you can have done to check to see if you've had it.

But yeah, wear gloves and a mask if you have to change it, and then wash your hands afterwards. Wash your hands before eating, or messing with your face after petting the cats. Once they have access to the counters, wash them before preparing food on them.
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