He thought that this would be an idea that invented itself.
Coal Wesson, president of the Los Angeles City Council, proposed to deploy an "army of cats" to deal with the problem of the City Hall's rodents, but he was told that adding a cat to the equation is likely to only aggravate the problem.
The one who has ever seen Tom and Jerry knows that cats can be deadly for less spoils, even if a recent study suggested otherwise. But this idea, apparently, has even fewer chances for implementation, as the city council officials said that cats will help spread the fleas in a 91
. Jump to the cat, "said Dr. Don Terashita, deputy director of the Los Angeles Times Health Department.
Los Angeles Center is in the midst of a flutter of typhus. homeless people who live near the city hall among those who suffered. It flourishes in unsanitary conditions and is often spread by infected fleas riding in rats. This is rarely a lethal attitude when treated quickly with antibiotics, but epidemics in the Middle Ages killed a thousand people.
The paper reported that at least two city workers say that they were bitten by their fleas. Eric Garsetti, mayor, said that the health risks are minimal.
"These were rats after I was there," Garcetti said. [There is] One case that may or may not be from there, but it's still in the normal range of what we have every year.
Associated press contributed to this report