"Cat" tick posting

Sidney Presley cummings8189 at WEBZONE.NET
Mon Nov 15 03:11:20 EST 1999


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There are no "cat ticks" however, Cats as well as dogs and other =
animals, including man, do get ticks.  Try Ohio State University =
Entomoloy Site, Iowa State University Entomology Site and University of =
California, Davis, Entomology....Any  Veterinarian should be able to =
identify a tick as well as your local health department.  Good Luck.  =
Sidney

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