Advice 1: How to identify that the cat has worms

Almost every house has a favorite pet, especially in families where there are small children. Preference is given to the many cats, as animals, quite unpretentious in everyday life. To potty the kitten is easy to feed too, and the joy of children playing with a beloved pet will not leave anyone indifferent adult. However, we should not forget about the possible dangers in cats often have parasites and fleas, and intestinal worms (especially if the animal walks on the street and has contact with stray cats). To determine the presence of helminths (worms) is difficult, but preliminary conclusions can be made.
Instruction
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Take the cat in his hands, palpate the abdomen. If the cat is healthy, her stomach soft. If the belly is swollen or hardened, this may be one of the symptoms presence in the body of your pet of worms.
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Get ready for a much more unpleasant procedure and inspect the feces of the animal for the presence of white wiggling worms. If the larva has, buy Anthelmintics sold in all specialized stores and veterinary clinics. But first consult the veterinarian.
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If the feces is clear, then follow the appetite of the pet. With increased appetite, constant hunger, the animal can also be infected, especially if it is not gaining weight, but on the contrary, melts like a candle every day.
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Watch the cat after a meal. Note: if she had vomiting or retching, as in chronic helminthiasis, the parasites can get out that way.
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Don't panic if you discovered that your pet is infected with worms. Despite the fact that the animal at this time feels not the best way to take treatment of it. Take the cat to the hospital, follow all of the appointing and in the future conduct quarterly prevention of parasites.
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Remember that helminths can be transmitted to man. So in any case you will have to undergo the procedure treatment together with your pet.
By following these simple rules cat stay in the house will not cause much trouble. The animal will feel a full member of the family and will reward their owners with affection and love.

Advice 2: How to find out if the fish worms

Meet the worms in the river and sea fish. If until the mid 90-ies of this issue was a little worried people, it was possible to pickle any fish and have a few hours to eat, today various worms infected up to 80% of marine fish from Norway, the Netherlands and Sweden, up to 100% of fish from any river.
Instruction
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First and foremost, it should be understood that the contamination of fish with helminths, i.e., parasitic worms, is not considered a prerequisite for a ban of the sale of the product. If the fish is fresh, complied with all the rules of storage and processing, but it when testing revealed several (10) of worms, it may be sold in any supermarket. To protect the rights of the buyer sanitary service will only be in the case of a strong excess of admissible norms.
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Choose those fish that are less susceptible to helminthiasis. For example, for sturgeon, the disease is less characteristic, and larvae that can be found, not dangerous to humans. Through the fish of the carp family (bream, sazan, vobla) can easily be infected with opisthorchiasis, and predatory species (pike, perch, Zander, burbot) will almost always be a carrier of the broad tapeworm.
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Some parasites can be found in the external examination. So, pike, carp, tench, burbot can be parazheny lineatum (parasitic crustaceans). Body noticed the bumps, of which sticks out brown rod length to the centimeter. Suspicion should also cause brownish-black spots on a body, they are caused by posthodiplostomum. Sometimes you can find carp, carp or tench with a mass of small thin striped leeches, stuck to the head or front part of the body is piscicoles.
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After purchase, open the abdomen of the fish and inspect the insides. Suspicion should cause small white worms, gray-white (pinworms), large red-yellow roundworm, little vlasoglavy length of 3-5 cm, with long and narrow front, wide ribbon-like parasites (lentity). This is the most dangerous to human individuals, and the most common fish in the river.
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Discovered parasites can easily remove the viscera. But the infection often affects not only the gut, but the muscle tissue, i.e. meat. If at survey you have noticed in the meat of suspicious strings, ribbons and eggs — the fish should be discarded.
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A few parasites in their intestines should not confuse practical mistress. This fish may well be edible and safe after a good heat treatment. Experts recommend stewing or boiling at 100 degrees, for 30-40 minutes. Remember — if you are found in fish worms, it does not mean that they are not there. It's possible you have not noticed, or it was just eggs.
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