Cat litter parasite possibly linked to mental illness
New research reveals how toxoplasma -- a parasite commonly found in cat litter boxes -- might affect behavior and mental health in humans.
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#1 Dec 31, 2012
C'mon. Anyone who knows a cat lover knows what made them insane. This is OLD news!
The studies are all over the net for years now. Increased suicide rates in women infected, always committing the more gruesome forms of suicide too. The "Crazy Cat Lady" cat hoarder who can't even smell the stench that others must wear gas-masks to tolerate, because the parasite hijacks their brains just like it does to rodents, making the infected brain finding cat-urine attractive. Etc. etc. etc.
The parasites are controlling their brains. We all knew this. No sane human ever behaves and believes the way a cat lover does.
Just watch by their replies. Then ask yourself, are these people sane?
You don't need any clinical study to prove this, anyone who knows a cat lover already knows this ... and cat lovers are more than happy to prove it to you every time! They can't help it! It's in their brains!
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