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Ailurophobia (also known as felinophobia) is the irrational fear of cats. People who suffer have often had a bad experience with cats, such as having been bitten. The phobia can be triggered either by seeing or hearing a real cat, but also by a depiction of a cat e.g. on television. It is not a particularly common fear, although you often hear of people who are allergic to cats.
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