Pregnant rats peeing heavily

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Toxoplasmosis gondii, Pregnancy and Cats – Fact vs. Fiction

Rat Urine - Is it Toxic? Disease and Smell

Many people are frightened of rats but pet rats are very intelligent and sociable animals. They form strong attachments to people but are best kept with another rat for company. As pet rats were originally bred from laboratory stock they do not carry any nasty diseases and make safe and fun pets. The only downside to having a pet rat is that sadly they are not long-lived with a lifespan of on average 2 — 3 years.

Can pets sense pregnancy?

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Well over halfway through my second pregnancy, I am currently inundated with comments from clients, mostly positive, and it has added a bit of humour and lively conversation to my otherwise increasingly tiring days. We spent most of the rest of the consultation discussing the real facts about toxoplasmosis, the disease in question, and she left very much relieved that her feline friend was not going to have to be evicted should she ever decide to have a baby, and determined to speak to her GP if she had any further concerns. Toxoplasma gondii , the protozoal parasite responsible for causing the disease known as toxoplasmosis, is a tiny single-celled organism that can infect many different species from mice to sheep to humans. Cats, however, are the only hosts in which the parasite can reproduce, so in addition to being infected themselves, they can also release oocysts which are essentially the eggs from which new organisms are created in their faeces. These eggs are very resistant and can survive in some environments for months, allowing other animals to ingest them with their food.