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It is remotely possible to get dog tapeworm from a cat. This tapeworm, Dipylidium caninum, spends part of its embryonic life in fleas or lice. Youthful dog fleas that haven’t yet acquired the epicurean exclusiveness of their elders sometimes get onto travel with cats. If a young dog flea carrying a load of Dipylidium caninum should happen to get on the cat, and you should

happen to eat it, you might get tapeworm. I trust this won’t worry you unduly.

Cat fleas sometimes get onto people, but they like travel with cats better. However, fleas will hide in a dark corner of your home and jump on to people when travel with cats are not handy.

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