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I am expecting a baby. Does this mean I have to give up caring for my cat?
You can easily avoid contracting toxoplasmosis from cat feces without giving up your cat if you follow these recommendations . READ MORE

If you are afraid that your cat will curl up on top of your baby or snuggle up next to your baby's head or neck, you can either install a screen door on the nursery or use crib netting to keep your cat out of the crib.

There are also benefits to keep your cat. A new study shows that children who grow up with dogs and cats in the home actually have a significantly reduced risk of developing common indoor and outdoor allergies. READ MORE

To prepare your cat to the arrival of your new baby, expose him to a variety of baby sounds on CD, months before the baby is expected. See Preparing Fido.

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