ASK THE VET: Is my cat putting my baby at risk?

Q: I'm expecting my first child and my doctor suggested finding a new home for my cat due to something called toxoplasmosis. Of course I want to keep my cat, but am I putting my baby at risk?

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ASK THE VET: Can we keep the cat and lose the allergies?

Q: My husband tested positive for cat allergies (as well as dust and pollen) and now we're torn. Our 1- year-old cat, Jasper, whom we adopted from MHS, is truly one of the family and is my 6-year-old son's best buddy. Can we keep the cat and lose the allergies?



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