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WHAT'S IN YOUR CAT'S FOOD DISH?
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Parasites (Internal & External) including Bacterial and Fungal Based:
(Heartworm - see Diseases & Conditions)
Parasites: General Discussion
Parasites: External Becoming Internal
(Technically speaking external parasites can be ingested by your cat and can then become internal parasites. For example, an ingested flea may contain tapeworm segments. A cat may rub up against a previously infected cat and then lick their own hair during grooming, ingesting a parasite.)
Parasites: Larval/Egg/Cystic/Segmental/Protozoan/Environmentally Sourced Infestations
Parasites: Bacterial Based
Parasites: Fungal Based
Dr. Karen Becker's Facebook Live Presentation on Fleas, Ticks and Allergies
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