Cat scratch fever is also called cat scratch disease (CSD), it is a bacterial infection. The infection takes its name because most of the people get from cats infected with Bartonella Hensel ae, which is one of the most common bacteria in the world that mostly spread by the cat.
CSD is a bacterial infection spread which occurs by the bite and scratch by the cat but sometimes Dog and monkey bites also have been implicated, as well as thorns, pins, and splinters. Nerves, bites and human-to-human transmission also have been supposed as possible sources but none has been clearly proved.
The most common symptoms you can see after 3-10 days of the site of the scratch that are following: