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Toxoplasmosis in rabbits
What is toxoplasmosis? The disease is caused by protozoan parasites (the owners of animals are better known as protozoa), which can penetrate the body of most mammals. However, a person can become infected with the disease only by eating contaminated meat or by contact with cat feces. In other words, the only animal that people (especially pregnant women) should be wary of is a cat.
Most cat owners are well aware that toxoplasmosis can be infected by a mustachioed pet. Not a problem for most people toxoplasmosis is truly dangerous for pregnant women. because it jeopardizes the health of an unborn baby. And since the disease is transmitted by contact with feces, pregnant women should clean the glove of the animal.
The rabbit can also become infected with toxoplasmosis, but your pet cannot be the carrier of the disease, which means you can safely remove the tray. And of course you should not look for new owners of the rabbit if you become pregnant. You can pick up a pet, play and tinker with it.
By the way, it is also impossible to get tapeworms from a rabbit, although such parasites are dangerous for your pet.
Despite the fact that the protozoa from rabbits are not transmitted to people, we recommend that you follow the basic hygiene rules for cleaning the toilet, it is better to use special scoops, and after its completion, do not forget to wash your hands with soap.
What can be infected from a domestic cat?
In our modern age, everyone finds entertainment to their liking. Someone collects paintings or cars, someone prefers sports or trips to the bookmaker. and someone just starts a pet, for example, a kitten.
This little fluffy little ball is able to bring as much joy and happiness to its owner as a big win for an amateur to bet on sports. However, cats, like other animals, are carriers of various diseases and can become a source of many troubles. What can a person get from a cat?
Firstly, worms. Worm larvae enter the body of cats through food: raw meat, river fish and flies, which these pets sometimes enjoy. If the cat has worms, then it will often squat on its hind legs and rub its back on the ground, since such parasites cause itching of the anus. You can get infected through a harmless kiss on the nose or stroking the hair. As a treatment, the owners are prescribed to drink anthelmintic drugs and tablets Drontal, Febtal. As a tip: wash your hands thoroughly after talking with your cat.
The second type of disease that can be transmitted to humans from cats is ringworm. The causative agents of this infection are microscopic fungi. Most often, this disease occurs in kittens under the age of one year. If the cat is sick with ringworm, bald spots appear on the hair near the ears, on the legs and tail. In humans, the first symptoms appear 5-7 days after contact with a sick animal. Foci of lesion appear on the skin, in the form of pink spots, which quickly increase in size. Such bald spots also appear on the head, with characteristic areas of broken hair. As in the case of worms, it is possible to become infected with lichen during any bodily contact with a cat or objects with which the animal has been in contact. If the pet shows signs of ringworm, you must immediately take it to the veterinarian, not forgetting to wear rubber gloves.
Another disease that can be infected by cats is toxoplasmosis or, as it is also called, cat’s cold. This infection is only a threat to pregnant women, as it can harm the fetus. You can get infected with toxoplasmosis while cleaning a cat’s toilet or on the street where cats relieve themselves. To avoid the troubles associated with this disease, it is necessary to conduct a complete culinary processing of meat products for your cat. Do not forget about rubber gloves while cleaning the cat’s toilet.
To protect yourself from infections carried by your beloved cat, you can just follow the recommendations of specialists for preventive measures.
Fur mite in rabbits and cats
The Cheyletiella tick causes a disease commonly known as walking dandruff. If you look closely, then on the skin of an infected rabbit, dog or cat, you can see the movement of dandruff. This movement is caused by ticks that move under the scales. Usually these mites do not cause any serious diseases, but as the disease develops, hair loss (often in shreds) and an increase in the number of dry skin flakes (dandruff) become noticeable.
What is the life cycle of ticks Cheyletiella and how can they get infected? Details of the life cycle of these ticks are unknown, but their life cycle is likely to end on one host.
Adult ticks can be transmitted by direct contact between animals. Ticks can live for several days not on the host, so the animal can become infected through household items, for example, through a berth.
What are the symptoms of walking dandruff? Ticks cause skin irritation, usually on the back of the animal. An infected animal has a slight hair loss, scales (dandruff), itching and sometimes some skin tightening. In rabbits and cats, signs of infection may not be noticeable.
Ticks can be seen, especially if you use a magnifying glass for this. Examine dandruff, hair, or scratches for ticks.
How to treat a tick-infected animal Cheylettiella? Ticks die from most insecticides containing pyrethrins, permethrins, and organophosphorus compounds that are commonly used in flea control. Make sure you use insecticides that are safe for your pet. Rabbits and cats cannot be treated with permethrin. Cat-safe insecticides are usually safe for rabbits. For treatment, the animal may also be treated with sulphurous lime and injected with ivermectin.
Ticks can live for several days not on the owner, so household items must also be processed. During the treatment of the animal, it is necessary to spray and objects surrounding it. Since ticks do not live long, while not on the owner, you can simply move the rabbit, dog or cat to another place for several days until the ticks die. This will prevent re-infection.