Toxoplasmosis is a parasitic protozoal disease caused by Toxoplasma gondii in humans, animals and wild animals (more than 40 species).
Most adults infected with Toxoplasma gondii show no symptoms, and sometimes only have a low-grade fever and runny nose similar to the flu.
Where is Toxoplasma?
Many species of Toxoplasma gondii can be infected with Toxoplasma gondii.
Contaminated stuff in cat kennels and kennels
Soil contaminated with cat and dog poop
Raw, undercooked poultry meat
Unpasteurized goat milk, yogurt and cheese
Unwashed and cooked vegetables and fruits
How do expectant mothers raise cats and dogs
Many expectant mothers know the existence of Toxoplasma gondii before they become pregnant, so they think that they can no longer keep cats and cats when they are pregnant.
Take cats and dogs for a checkup If you want to know if your cats and dogs have Toxoplasma gondii, you can take them to a pet hospital for a checkup.
Cats and dogs go out with someone because cats and dogs are infected by eating infected mice or birds, or eating food contaminated with cat feces.
How to feed cats and dogs Do not let cats and dogs prey outside, do not feed cats and dogs with raw meat, feed cooked food and finished cat food and dog food.
The eggs of Toxoplasma gondii will not be contagious for at least 24 hours before being processed.
Remember to wash your hands carefully after removing cat and dog poo, preferably with rubber gloves.