Weekly Pet Quiz: Lungworm Infection, Cold Dogs and Travel Safety

1 Which animal is at highest risk to be diagnosed with lungworm infection?

  • Indoor cats
  • Pets roaming freely outdoors

    Pets allowed to roam freely outdoors are at highest risk to get lungworm infection, including those who hunt and eat prey or drink from ponds or free standing water. Learn more.

  • Horses
  • Guinea pig

2 Stray cats have lived with people at some point of their lives. While feral cats are typically born in the wild and live in the wild.

  • True 

    Stray cats have at some point lived with people. These kitties have been separated from their humans somehow and are homeless, but if they haven’t been on the loose for too long, they can still be approached and handled.

    Feral cats, on the other hand, are what we term “wild.” Technically they are domesticated cats that have reverted to an untamed or free-living state. Most feral cats are born in the wild, though a small percentage may be strays that for whatever reason reverted to wildness over time. Learn more.

  • False

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