The British Health Service on Monday issued a reminder to passengers to avoid contact with animals in countries where anger is found, especially in Asia and Africa.
In the UK, rabies are essentially eradicated, although some bats are still spreading.
"In this case, there is no danger to the wider public, but healthcare workers and people who communicate closely with (infected patient) are being followed for precautionary measures if they need to offer a vaccine," said Mary Ramsay, Head of the Department of Immunization at the Health Department.
The news agency's press association said the cat was bite for a certain man a few weeks ago, while potentially life-saving treatment was not provided on time.
Rabies is a viral disease that causes inflammation of the brain. From the moment the first symptoms appear, the disease is usually treated.
The British Health Service said that since 1902 there have been no cases of people infected with this disease, including bats.
One person from the bat was infected in Scotland in 2002, and another 5 people were infected during 2002 to 2017 journeys.