Saturday, 26 March 2016

The Strange Link Between Parasites, Cats, and Explosive Rage

I've Never Really Trusted Cats or Their "Owners" - Now I Understand Why.
It might be hard to believe, but adorable kittens like the one in the photo above might be harboring a parasite that has been linked to explosive bouts of rage in humans. That parasite is called Toxoplasma gondii (T. gondii), and it is found throughout the world. An estimated 60 million people in the United States and 30-50 percent of the world population has been exposed and may be chronically infected.
(jakeshealthsolutions)

4 comments:

  1. I believe this is part of doggist propaganda to denigrate an independent-thinking, resourceful, intuitive creature whilst pushing for the dependent, controllable, biddable, collectavist behaviours of an altogether different creature. It is pushed in all the media from Hollywood films and cartoons, to quasi 'scientific' articles such as this. Let's fear cats!!!!! Let's not tolerate them and their self-reliance and independent attitudes. Let's be docilely dominated by our pack leaders. In in the words of one UK advertisement, let's 'be more dog'.

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  2. I don't "Fear" Cats. I just don't Like or trust them as pets. Dogs however? They're Honest,Loyal and give you love and companionship unconditionally. Cats just shit inside your slippers,then snigger behind your back about it. "Felines" aren't self-reliant or Independent. They are just sneaky, and have evolved to use Humanity for what they can selfishly gain - a bit like a certain Race/Religion that also pretends to be Human - whilst actively planning and acting against the majority of mankind for their own selfish needs.

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  3. I tend to agree with anonymous... and i there there is plenty of other, more realistic, things to blame the rage one. LOL

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  4. Sez The Lady who is beguiled by those big eyez and fluffy exterior - like so many other ladies out there in the "Real World" lol Pluuueeze tell us all what more realistic thing would explain the bouts of rage reported then? (I'd subscribe to the notion that *ALL* "Familiars" are possessed by *something* - evidence for this is woven throughout History. Therefore it's not a stretch to "Believe" That Cats can contaminate Humans with whatever toxic Bacteria they may harbour.

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