Food can be a source of infection
River and lake fish used in feeding cats, can bring significant harm to the health of your pet. And all because of the fact that the fish can be a carrier of larvae of trematodes and tapeworms-cestodes.
The disease in cats develop severe chronic form. This is accompanied by indigestion, exhaustion cats, the deterioration of her general condition, may be vomiting, severe itching in the anus and other manifestations. Kittens with slowing growth and development, with strong infection that may result in the death of a baby as a result of bowel obstruction and general intoxication. If you do not take preventive measures and do not treat the cat, it will be a source of contamination of other animals and humans.
Small-trematode worms affect cats bile ducts of the liver, pancreas, stomach and small intestine. Treatment consists geksiholom or drontsitom, once mixed with minced meat after 6-hour fasting.
Cestode worms can reach several meters in length and live in the small intestine, and their larvae inhabit the body of fish, ruminants and humans.
Cats become infected by eating raw freshwater fish and internal organs of animals, as well as fleas and lice, which are also their intermediate host. Treatment of conduct fenasalom (fenalidolom) once, which is given in a mixture with food.
The disease is caused by toxocariasis roundworms-nematodes in length from a few millimeters to more than 10 centimeters. These mature forms found in the stomach and small intestine of cats and other animals, and their larvae develop in the external environment in the eggs, which, together with the feces shall be put out. Through feed and water contaminated with larvae of nematodes, cats become their bearers. In the body of cats become sexually mature nematodes.
Treatment of conduct piperazine, pyrantel, and dekariesom benzimidazolnymi drugs and other drugs on the appointment of a veterinarian.
As a preventive measure is necessary to comply with hygiene measures and take your cat's feces to study the presence of egg worms at least 2 times a year, then on the recommendation of veterinarian to conduct de-worming cats.