A world-renowned veterinarian and feline specialist claims that he found an indeniable hyperlink between the Feline Autism Syndrome and the cat flea vaccine.
Dr. Andrew Singer, director of the Royal Veterinary Faculty of the College of London, revealed the outcomes of an 11-year examine implicating over 85,000 cats, in a press convention this morning.
In keeping with Dr. Singer, researchers had been capable of show a direct and plain hyperlink between animals being vaccinated towards fleas and ticks and them creating autism.
“Not all cats who bought the vaccines grew to become autistic, however 100% of the cats who suffered from autism had been vaccinated… all 17,254 of them!”
The veterinarian recommends cat house owners to keep away from vaccination, claiming the destructive penalties outweigh the advantages.
“Having an delinquent cat that doesn’t obey any orders is definitely worst than an clever flea-ridden one. I feel the selection is clear.”
Dr. Singer insists that this examine issues solely cats and is by no means associated to human vaccination, however the outcomes quickly sparked new debates on social media.
Even when arguments towards vaccination are often contradicted by a majority of the scientific neighborhood, this new examine appears to have given some new weapons to anti-vaccination advocates.
Comparable research have led a number of mother and father to maintain their kids from being vaccinated prior to now, so it’s predictable that this new analysis might have an identical affect on cat house owners.