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If you have a cat, the odds are she will get intestinal worms at some point in her life. In fact, the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine reports that 45 percent of cats have an intestinal parasite at any given time. It’s more unusual to have a cat not exposed to them says Dr. Cathy Lund of City Kitty, a feline-specific veterinary practice in Providence, RI. Fortunately, your veterinarian can treat worms in cats effectively and safely, with no need for panic on your part, said Dr. Bruce Kornreich, associate director of the Feline Health Center at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in Ithaca, NY. So put those nightmare visions of worms feeding on your kitty out of your head and read on to learn how to protect your pet.