It is not just the park parks that you have to worry about.
Disney – currently dealing with the fall of his Toontown strike in California – may have an even bigger problem in their hands in the Sunshine State, where a 60-day rabies warning was issued for an area near the popular Epcot and Hollywood Studios theme parks.
The Florida Department of Health in Orange County says a wild cat was recently caught and tested for the disease with the results coming back positive.
A warning was issued on Tuesday for southwest Orange County. Officials have asked the public to "avoid all wild animals and game cats or dogs."
"If the bit or scratched by a wild animal seek medical treatment and call @OrangeCoFL Animal Services," the health department tweeted along with a picture showing illustrations of a fox, bat, raccoon and skunk.
The area under warning is a 2-mile radius around the intersection of I-4 and Epcot Center Drive, officials said. It is home to many resorts, in addition to the two theme parks.
"Look out Mickey," wrote a Twitter user .