Monday, October 25, 2010

Demodectic Mange in Cats is it really possible?

Demodectic mange in cats is really possible? The answer is yes, though not very common in cats and can affect them. There are some tribes that are far more vulnerable than others, and some classifications. Demodectic mange is also known by another name, has closet, and there are very few open events for this highly contagious disease in cats. If your cat has absolutely no history of corticosteroid therapy, there was much speculation in the medical community that may be a predisposing factor for pets contracting you this very unpleasant skin condition.
There is a very important event for all owners to consider this disease if not detected, then quickly treated, it can easily be fatal.
What is this?
Demodectic mange in cats caused by a mite called Demodex that comes in two different forms of this type of cabinet. One of the life forms particles cats hair, while the other lives in the outer layer of their skin. There are also two different types of this infection, both locally and generalized. Both types are very contagious and if left unchecked mites can multiply to very high amounts. When multiplied can cause severe inflammation of the skin of your cat as they burrow into the skin and sucks the blood of your cat.
If these numbers are quite large, demodectic mange also cause your cat to develop allergic reactions. The localized form of attack that your cat is by far the most common, and this can cause problems in the ears and scaly skin in different parts of the upper body, mainly around the neck and head. The generalized form of the disease will affect the most important part of your cat's body and legs.
However, although not as common is the general form are considered much more dangerous.If the generalized form is often the result of an underlying disease it causes. The underlying disorder affects the immune system of your cat and there are various diseases associated with the possible activation. As a result, your veterinarian immediately test your cat for feline leukemia, Feline Immunodeficiency Virus ", and well, such as diabetes.
Cats Affected:
Demodectic mange in cats appears to target two specific breeds, but it is important to understand that this disease can affect all breeds and all ages. The two races are the hardest hit Burma and Siam, but there is no known reason for such affected greater numbers than other races.But there are other classifications of cats at far greater risk for this disease. Include any cat who lives mostly outdoors, cats roam, especially in wood and regions, and older cats.
Cats that have any kind of weakening of the immune system is also a much greater risk than a healthy cat, and pregnant and nursing cats. The males are not neutered are also at much greater risk than the general population cat.
Demodectic mange in cats will show you a full range of symptoms, but a symptom that occurs very quickly and affects cats of either form. These include stains on or around your cat's nose and the tip of their ears, and is almost always a reddish color. Although it is more dangerous generalized form, the disease usually starts with this symptom. From here, if found, will proceed to attack the cat's ears, and you will be too crusty or scaly. However, in some cases can be both, depending on the actual amount of mite population attacking your cat.
When the first signs appear, check the inside of the ears of your cat. If you are black and have very oily look bad to them, the next sign that your cat had developed demodectic mange. But it is really bad, but the actual mite droppings. Also, there is another thing to their ears, and this causes the discharge. But this is only the beginning of the symptoms that your cat will begin to develop both crusts and scabs on their head and neck area. These lesions are very easy to identify because they quickly become inflamed and extremely irritating to your cat.
So now your cat is a lot of pain and their skin becomes very itchy. When you have reached this stage, two other symptoms emerge. The first is a bloody discharge from the lesions, which was quickly followed by a very bad smell. If the generalized form, do not attack your cat's neck and head area nearly so much, but instead a general attack against your cat's body and legs.
The damage will be the same, but the form will also affect the skin and hair of your cat. coat of your cat starts to be very thin parts are and will fall out. When skin is exposed, it places your cat at risk for many other types of infections. Since this attack is in progress, your cat is now in so much pain that they become lethargic, and therefore, food and drink up. Dehydration can also be developed very easily with this vicious attack and a very quick weight loss.
There are some bright spots with Demodectic mange in cats have some very effective treatments and are very easy to find. But if not treated quickly, can be very easy to take the life of your cat. It also has two other very important things: your vet to identify mite, and treat it. This is not a situation that can cure your own.
If the localized form, your veterinarian treating a topical solution of rotenone or Ivermectin tablets. In most parts of the world is not approved for use in cats, but if you get a job, it is very effective. Lime dip is also very effective, but there is little warning can make your cat very ill for a short time. If this is the general form until your vet has no treatment, they want to exclude the possibility of underlying diseases that may be activated.
The main reason for this is that if the underlying disease is treated in most cases the damage may go away by itself. This is a highly contagious disease, and if you have a multi-cat households, all your cats to be treated.
Demodectic mange in cats is rare but can happen. But there is no risk at all with your cat spread of this disease to you, such as mites that cause this disease affects only a particular host. The mite that affects cats can not affect humans. Because it can be fatal if not treated, the earlier you get symptoms, the better chance you cat has a full recovery.
I am an avid lover of pets and my wife and I had several pets throughout our years. We are particularly fond of dogs, and we have a 12 year old Dalmatian (our third) and a "mutt" who rescued when someone threw him off to die in an empty field.
It took us almost died from hunger and weighed about 2 pounds.
After serious crises mites and severe dehydration, and 1,000.00 in vet bills over, we saved the life of small children, and this is one of the best if not the best dogs ever had, and is now a muscular, fit and Enterprise £ 70 your best friend.
After completing my MBA, which in middle age was not easy, I decided to keep the research work ethic that I have acquired and set aside about two hours every night for the understanding of the health benefits of subsidies for people and pets and how they can strengthen our own, and our pets immune system to a preventive approach to health rather than a regression approach.
Both my daughters are avid cat lovers, and asked me to help them with health problems and challenges with their cats.
I am not a veterinarian or say they are simply a lover of pets that love to research and pass on some knowledge that can be useful, or at least stimulate the thinking process.

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