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During seven months, 150 fecal samples were collected in cats of Kingabwa and residential Limete in Kinshasa. Coprological analysis by quantitative flotation gave a crude prevalence of 14.5 %, with 20 % prevalence at Kingabwa and 8.6 % for residential Limete in terms of neighborhoods (p<0.05), 13.3 % for males and 16 % for females (p<0,05) and 16 % of cats aged one year or more and 13.3 % in those with less than a year (p<0,05). Cats play an important role in the high prevalence of humandoaj:b34179c7eea74b97836d7b7d3005d9e4 fatcat:7p7awmdbwjcntdbndqrcphlw3i