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Heartworm, or Dirofilaria immitis, is a potentially dangerous parasitic worm spread by mosquitoes. Dogs are the most common hosts for heartworm, although it is also found in cats and other animals, including
humans. It commonly lives in the right side of the heart as well as the lungs and the pulmonary arteries. In cats, heartworm is usually only found in the lungs. Cats are initially more resistant to heartworm than dogs. Outdoor male pets are much more likely to be infected than indoor pets.