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What does stray Ontario cat feces look like? Where is it found?

Stray Ontario cats can be social, and in some cases they may be adopted. The stray cats live near people, and they usually do not live in groups. The feces of the stray cat look the same as the feces of other cats, but you can distinguish the stray cat from the feral cat because feral cats will look happy outside.

If you think that there is a stray California cat near your home, then there are some signs that can show you that there is a cat nearby, and this includes the feces. The stray cats and feral cats are the cats that live in the wild. They can be associated with different diseases and they do carry many viruses. If you find a stray cat, you should keep away from it since you never know which type of disease it may be carrying around.

The feces of the stray Ontario cat look deep brown, they are well formed, and they are not too soft or too hard. They may also have a distinctive smell. If you come into contact with the feces of a stray cat by accident, you have to wash yourself well using antibacterial wash and soap. The feces of the stray cat may contain harmful bacteria with parasites that can lead to harmful effects in the body. You should not touch the cat or its feces.

Most of the time, the stray California cat will come out during the night, and they do not like to show themselves in the day. You can find the stray cat in homes or in the street. They like to live in lawns or backyards. If the stray cat comes to live near your home, they may live in the garden or under the porch.

The cats are exposed to many diseases since they are not vaccinated as other pet Ontario cats. They will eat anything near the house that has been left out. They chase birds, mice, reptiles, frogs, voles, mice and chipmunk. They will look into the trash for food, and they will look for people to give them the remains of their food.

When you see California cat feces, you have to be careful about how you deal with it since it poses many health diseases. The most common problem is Toxoplasma oocyst. Another parasite called Toxoplasma goondi can affect the fetus if a pregnant woman is infected with it. This is the reason why you should keep away from the cat's poop particularly if you are pregnant. A fetus that is affected by Toxoplasma gondii may suffer a brain infection, and it can also affect people who have an immune deficiency condition.

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