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Fredericktown MO FT 18-071, female, friendly,stray hold 7-11$25 SPONSORSHIP EA to licensed rescue or 501c3 midwestcommunitycatalliance@gmail.com

Posted by MCCA's AdvoCats on Friday, July 6, 2018

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Simon's Cat Promo

Something pawsome is coming your way! Can you guess what it is? We will be revealing more next week. 😉

Posted by Simon's Cat on Thursday, July 5, 2018

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Have a great day cat lovers! 😽

Posted by Simon's Cat on Wednesday, July 4, 2018

MCCA’s AdvoCats – Jelly Bean Desloge DP18-1067 Female adult,…

Jelly BeanDesloge DP18-1067 Female adult, friendlyStray hold 7-5-18$50 sponsorship to licensed rescue or 501c3.midwestcommunitycatalliance@gmail.com

Posted by MCCA's AdvoCats on Thursday, June 28, 2018

News Releases | Health & Senior Services

Ticks can carry many diseases

Whether people are enjoying the beautiful outdoors in Missouri or elsewhere, Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services recommends awareness of diseases transmitted by ticks.

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – Tick season is here and milder winters and warm spring temperatures could result in a higher numbers of ticks and tick-borne disease. National numbers recently released May 1 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that cases of diseases transmitted by ticks doubled from 2004 – 2016. In addition, new disease-causing agents that can be transmitted by ticks have been discovered in the past few years. Missouri is home to large numbers of ticks, which means that tick-borne diseases can pose a risk to persons who work or play outdoors. 


Source: News Releases | Health & Senior Services


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