Wednesday, April 23, 2014

TOP 10 MOST DANGEROUS PET PARASITES-From Entirely Pets-Infographic

46 comments:

  1. Eww, those are all nasty looking critters. Maybe we will stop complaining when mama gives us our Revolution each month or when she says we need a vet visit.
    Thanks for the info.

    Purrs,
    Cindi Lou & The Kitty Krew

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  2. That's scary-scary stuff! Yeah, we're not going to complain when we get our treatments either!
    : )

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  3. Yikes that is a creepy scary list. Lucky me I have my treatments up to date. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  4. It just shows that you don't have to be big to be bad.

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  5. Yuck......so many things that can get us! I had tapeworms when I was a baby but so far so good since then!

    Hugs, Sammy

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  6. Yuck. We don't want any of those! Good information!

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  7. I agree with Sometimes, Cats Herd You. I don't want any of those either and neither do my pals. My pal, Barney took one look at that list and hid under the bed, he was so scared.

    Seriously though, that is GREAT INFORMATION. Anyone new to blogging or new to even having a cat should check this out. I had the general knowledge but I think I'm going to keep it aside for reference.

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  8. Nasty stuff. Mom says when she was little her cat had a tapeworm and it was really gross! No worms please!

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  9. Gross and helpful at the same time. I just wish I wasn't eating now :-s

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    1. OMG I am soooo sorry...but....I couldn't help but laugh...hehehe

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  10. Thanks for sharing this scary stuff!
    On a happy note the necklace arrived yesterday.... Love it!!! Thanks again

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    1. you are welcome!! Soooo happy the necklace arrived (that was FAST!!!) Thanks for letting me know and I am so happy you love it!

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  11. Gaahhhh! That's turning our human's stomach a bit. Nasty, nasty looking things. We don't want any of those either!

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  12. Great infographic. Golden Thanks for sharing

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  13. Well, that was definitely a post that made my skin crawl. But a very informative one nonetheless! thanks for sharing this very important info!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  14. I had no idea there were so many types of worms!! I had only heard of about half of them before. Thank you for sharing this information, Caren.

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  15. uugghh!! thanks for the info (esp the lovely pics) Ms. Z.

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  16. Yuck-a-roo! Those are creepy little boogers!

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  17. Goodness, that is a lot of worms. I must get to worming all these critters here. Thanks for all that good info. Well done
    Have a great day.

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  18. Eeeewwww. We are so glad there are meds to get rid of those nasty parasites now! That wouldn't have been the case in the "old days"!

    the critters in the cottage xo

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  19. All those worms look really scary.
    I think that I will be a good cat ... and take my pill !
    Ronrons
    Hisia

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  20. Yaak !
    Had no idea that there was so many scary worms out there !!

    XOXO

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  21. So scary, this post should have a warning label!!

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  22. Mum is reading with me just after dinner, it's a good idea for not having any idea of dessert craving tonight. It's scary ! Angel Loupi got once stomach worms (because he hadn't let Mum put him the worm treatment on time...), he told me it was just awful !!! Purrs

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  23. Yuk! That is quite interesting
    Lily & Edward

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  24. Ewwwwww... sooo gross!! Yuck...
    xoxo Roxy & Tigerlino :-)

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  25. Worms worms worms. Make us glad to be insiders but still Dad worms us regularly as they spread with flea bites and even with our regular treatments we can have a bite or two
    Yuck

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  26. Cody, I had roundworm, when I was a kitty and they almost killed me :( Pawkiss :)

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    1. Ohhh myyy you poor thing!! I am so happy you are ok! ((((hugs))))

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  27. I have not heard of some of those types of worms. Thanks for the informative post.
    Sue B

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    1. you are welcome! Thanks to Entirely Pets for sending to me!

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  28. OK, I have a really gross worm story. I was volunteering at a shelter and this little kitten had what I thought was a hairball ...it wasn't, it was a big pile of round worms. At first, I thought it was spaghetti, but then they moved! It was so traumatizing for both the kitten and me! She had just received de-wormer earlier in the day and I guess, it was working!

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  29. Great (wwwww) infographic…thanks for sharing - a lot of people are shocked when they learn what the worms actually look like! We have had a lot of experience treating ringworm…and as awful as it is, I am thankful it's not actually a worm..because with tiny foster kittens off the street we see a lot of those too…again, eeeewwwwww!

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  30. Ugh. So gross! But knowledge is power, and this is important stuff to know.

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  31. Yuck! What ugly critters. OMC! I just read what Mr. Pip wrote.

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  32. I'm so glad I'm an indoor kitty and at little to no risk for all these creepy things.

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  33. Yucky! Lol!

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  34. I saw this earlier on Twitter and think they did a great job putting it together!

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  35. It's ALL worms - this is just so interesting (and a bit creepy!)

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  36. These worms go hand in hand with fleas. We should really have our pets checked for those nasty parasites.

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