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Toxoplasmosis In Feral Cats

TOXOPLAŞMOSIS Cats are hosts of the parasite Toxoplasma Gondii, which causes the disease Toxoplasmosis and poses a health risk to wildlife and humans. The disease is spread through the cat's feces and gets into the water system, making it's way into our drinking water and to the ocean. source: The Wildlife Society and Centers For Disease Control Sea otters get infected with toxoplasmosis from eating contaminated shellfish, some live with the parasite their whole lives, and some die from the infection. Sea otters currently a threatened species. TOXOPLASMOSIS INFECTION RATES IN HUMANS 13 of humans globally are infected with toxoplasmosis. rd 15% in the US Most humans can live with 90% toxoplasmosis without symptoms. However, the disease can be very dangerous for fetuses and people with compromised immune systems. in Brazil capital public radio SACRAMENTO STATE LICENSED TO April 2014

Toxoplasmosis In Feral Cats

shared by forevermelody on Apr 24
Sacramento animal managers say there are as many as 1,000 colonies of stray cats in the county. If you take a walk at sunset in Discovery Park, you might run into one. Cats lounge around near a picnic...


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