Mycoplasmosis in a cat: symptoms and treatment
Mycoplasmosis in a cat occurs quite often. This disease is characteristic not only of stray animals, but also of domestic well-groomed pets kept in excellent conditions. The cause of the disease is mycoplasma bacteria. They multiply in the body and produce toxic products of vital activity, which are the result of their violent enzymatic activity.
Many veterinarians believe that mycoplasmosiscats, the symptoms of which have already manifested, is the result of a strong weakening of the body's immune forces. This may be a consequence of malnutrition and lack of minerals and vitamins. In order for the treatment of this disease to be most effective, a correct diagnosis is necessary. If you suspect a developing infection, you need advice from a veterinarian. If all the accompanying symptoms are found, appropriate assays will be assigned. The pupils take smears from the mucous membranes of the eyes and oral cavity and send them to the laboratory.
In case of confirmation of diagnosis, treatmentMycoplasmosis is carried out by antibiotics. This process can be complicated, if the disease is started, and the cat's eyes are very festering. This will greatly hinder the direct action of antibiotic substances on the outbreak. A characteristic feature of this ailment is its absolute safety for pet owners. All statements that mycoplasmosis in cats are transmitted to a person are incorrect. This allows you to successfully treat your pet at home. With timely therapy, complete recovery is observed. By itself, the infection does not cause any particular harm to the cat's health.