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Stray cats may be infected with rabies or other diseases that cause a lot of pain and make the cat aggressive.

In addition, feral cats are always on the defense, being used to having to fight for food.

A stray cat may attack you and display unexpected behavior such as jumping on you, biting or scratching.

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