So...I was drunk last night and while walking home a nice orange looking cat that approached me. Yes, I was very stupid and drunk but I started petting it. It was behaving exactly like my cat, walking inbetween my legs and pushing its face up against my hand which is exactly what my cat does. Also when I pull my hand away from my cat she will playfully swing her paw at me. When I pulled my hand away from this cat it lightly/playfully bit my arm. It didn't hurt at all and it didn't pierce the skin at all, but obviously today more sober I began to freak out anyway. I can't recall if it had any tags on it if it was domesticated or just a wild cat, but there's also a lot of racoons in my area...and a friend of mine was saying while most cats in the US aren't carriers, its always possible a racoon fought with a cat giving it to them. I'm going to go to the doctor tomorrow just incase, but I'm still freaking out. From what I'm reading, if an animal is a carrier, its saliva would have to come into contact with an open wound, or your eyes or something. I'm wondering if it was even possible for the virus, if it had it, to be transmitted by the "playful bite" which did not go through my skin.