Botfly in a cat…don’t ignore a small hole in your cat’s skin. This lovely little creature is actually a Botfly found in the neck of an outdoor cat.

botflies are parasites that can infect dogs and cats. They come from rabbit Botflies and can infect animals when they pass through an area that has botflies in form of eggs.

The eggs hatch in response to the heat of the animal. These little things can cause simple infections just under the skin of the infected animal or can even travel and cause more neurological signs. second clip is Just a daily dose of Cuteness.

third one is The first scream of this puppies life. fourth and last is where Anyone else is excited for this Friday besides him?

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