It's not just the parking attendants you need to worry about.
Disney – which is currently facing the fallout from its downfall of Toontown in California – could have an even bigger problem in the hands of Sunshine, where a 60-day anger warning was issued for an area near the popular Epcot and Hollywood Studios theme parks.
The Florida Department of Health in Orange County he says a wild cat was recently caught and tested for the diseasewith positive results.
A warning was issued Tuesday for southwest Orange County. Officials have asked the public to "avoid all wild animals and wild cats or dogs".
"If bitten or scratched by a wild animal it seeks medical care and calls @OrangeCoFL Animal Services", the Department of Health wrote on Twitter, along with a photo showing illustrations of a fox, a bat, a raccoon and a skunk.
The area that was placed under the alarm is a 2 mile radius around the intersection of I-4 and Epcot Center Drive, officials said. It is home to numerous resorts, in addition to the two theme parks.
"Look at Mickey," wrote a Twitter user.