Can Cats Get Lice?

Answer

Typically cats can not get human lice as these are species-specific. However, each species has a form of lice dedicated to them. The cat equivalent to lice would be fleas.
Q&A Related to "Can Cats Get Lice?"
1. Vacuum all areas where cats frequently lounge. Cats that go outside may transport parasites inside. Fleas and lice can easily transfer from the cat to carpet, bedding and furniture
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The lice that cats get are specific to cats. They do not transfer from other species but are spread within the species. Cats get lice from other cats who have lice. As with humans
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Tuxedo[1]is just a term for bi colored coat that resembles a mans upper chest area of tuxedo where you see the black jacket and white 'v' area of exposed shirt. Tuxedo cats have two
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While rumor has it that head lice only attacks "dirty people", or is something that only "poor people" get, I can attest to the fact that head lice does not care
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1 Additional Answer
Yes cats and dogs can get lice. But, the thing is it's a different type of species of lice other than the one that is most common in children. So, the likely hood of having your animals spread lice to you or your family is very uncommon.
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