It’s a natural thing, if you love a living creature—you kiss the object of your affection. It’s true also with Spokane cat lovers and their beloved felines. Cats are so cute and precious; they can’t help but give them a quick, little smooch from time to time and they proudly admit it too.
Some believe a cat’s mouth is cleaner than a human mouth, others think their cat’s mouth is a purified and has no germs at all. Most know, this isn’t true, however.
Many of the diverse types of bacteria in cats are the same type of bacteria as in people, but they are certainly not dirtier than ours and if you brush your cat’s teeth, your cat’s mouth will actually be cleaner than ours; according to studies. ..
Most of the bacteria and viruses in a cat’s mouth are the same as in a person’s mouth, so it is just as safe to kiss a cat as it is a person, in fact you more than likely will .catch more from kissing a human being than a cat.
Though extremely improbable, there are atypical instances in which zoonotic diseases, or diseases that are transmitted between animals and humans, can happen.
These disease transmissions are very scarce in cats. Cats can have bartonella, or cat scratch fever, that can bring about disease in people. Taxolpasmosis, or particular parasites that have eggs in fecal matter — the transmission of parasites can instigate disease in people, but it’s highly unlikely...
The grooming technique of cats can cause fecal bacteria in the mouth, but it is frequently swallowed and out of the mouth quickly.
There are debates that a kiss from a feline can actually be advantageous for the immune system of young children. Some say it fuels the immune system and establishes early immunity,
It is also said that the mental health benefits of kissing your cat far outweighs the chance of getting sick.
According to the Humane Society, there are the United States about 93.6 million owned cats and 77.5 million owned dogs. Think of all the kisses that are exchanged every day. Cats do kiss back.