It is important that information is accurate. The above comment with regards to medieval times, the black plague, etc. is very misleading and anyone can Google the subject and see it is not true.
One of the great advantages of bokashi fermenting which is technically acidic anaerobic ferementing is that the conditions are so hostile to human pathogens. The pathogens are destroyed in the fermenting activity because they can't metabolize material in this environment. This can be demonstrated by 3M petri film culture tests which we've done many times to establish these facts. It is also confirmed in reference laboratory testing.
All meat, and dairy products may be included along with any other organic matter (fruits, vegetables, cellulose rich materials). Here is a reference study with laboratory results showing no- detectable pathogens in the processed waste.
Pet waste should not be included in food waste fermenting simply because of the potential risk with such a high load of potential pathogens. If the user has improperly combined materials, fails to add the proper culture mix, or doesn't fully seal the container to exclude all oxygen, then some non-fermented material could end up in the garden. Even in this event the risk would be small but it is real. If you want to process pet waste you need an accelerant (see www.bokashicycle.com).