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> Fleas Carrying Bubonic Plague, Found on dead squirrels in Boulder


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Fleas carrying Bubonic Plague were found in a field near Boulder's water treatment facility, health officials said Monday. There have been no cases of animals infected with the plague in Boulder. Sixteen dead squirrels have tested positive for plague in Denver, Aurora and Jefferson County. Most of those animals were found in Denver's City Park. Traps have been set up in the park to study the disease and dead animals. This is the first plague outbreak in the metro area in nearly 40 years.


---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Another animal has tested positive for plague in the Denver metro. A squirrel in Aurora is now the 18th animal to have the disease confirmed. Most of the squirrels have been found around City Park. That's where we found parents, and pet owners with plenty of questions. Health officials say the disease is spread by fleas that jump from animal to animal. And if they get on humans, people can get sick. Four contracted the plague last year in Colorado. One person died from the disease in 2004. Vets say cats are very susceptible to plague. Dogs are usually immune but can carry infected fleas inside the house. The best advice is to not touch dead animals, and to keep a close eye out for fleas on your pets. Early symptoms among pets include swollen lymph nodes and breathing problems.
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The Kern County Department of Public Health has just learned that tests conducted on a domesticated cat from Hart Flat, California, have been confirmed positive for Yersinia pestis, the bacteria that causes plague. The Vector Control Section of the California Department of Health Services and the Kern County Environmental Health Department are collaborating with the Kern County Department of Public Health to investigate this case. There is no evidence of human infection at this time. Appropriate preventive steps including antibiotics have been recommended to protect those who may have been exposed to this cat. The infected cat is responding well to antibiotics. "Plague is still very much alive, although we may want to believe that it is an obsolete disease of the past," says B.A. Jinadu, M.D., M.P.H., Director of Public Health Services and Health Officer of Kern County. "The most effective weapons in fighting this disease are public awareness, education, and preventative measures to reduce the risk for exposure." Plague, infection with the bacteria Y. pestis, is endemic throughout the southwest United States, including much of Kern County. Each year numerous mammals, including domestic cats, are identified with evidence of infection with Y. pestis. Since 1990, the CDHS has documented evidence of plague infection in over 25 domestic cats in California.

Cats are believed to be the domestic species most susceptible to plague. As in humans, three clinical syndromes have been described: bubonic, septicemic, and pneumonic. Bubonic is the most common manifestation and is characterized by high fever (105-106 degrees F), lethargy, and swollen lymph glands, most commonly of the glands of the neck and under the jaw in cats but in the inguinal area in humans. Infected lymph nodes may spontaneously abscess and drain. Cats can pose a risk of plague transmission to humans. Because of the potential for transmission to humans, cats suspected of having plague should be hospitalized and placed in isolation. Persons having significant contact with a plague-infected cat, particularly cats with respiratory signs or draining abscesses should consult with their health care provider regarding the need for a prophylactic course of antibiotics. Local and state public health officials should be notified immediately of cases of plague diagnosed in domestic cats.

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Hiya Mark!

Don't you like CATS??? sadoriginal.gif

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waving.gif Hi Betty,
I have been feeding and caring for cats and kittens since I was about 3 or 4. Currently, I have 2 cats and both I rescued as stray kittens... they were sort of wild and still are.
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Pookie and Precious are their names.... both are males and I only let them outdoors if I am watching them.

I also feed many cats outside my front door. I am the catman -- and the cats all know it. I also rake up the mega amounts of cat poop out front of my neighbors door, as the outside cats never seem to go in front of my place.

So I guess you could say I love cats.
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A Denver Zoo monkey has died of bubonic plague, apparently after eating a squirrel stricken with the disease, Colorado health and zoo officials said on Monday.

Five squirrels and a rabbit found dead on zoo grounds tested positive for the flea-borne disease in recent weeks, Denver Zoo spokeswoman Ana Bowie said.

Zookeepers on May 15 noticed the 8-year-old hooded capuchin monkey was lethargic, and the next day it was found dead in its enclosure. Zoo veterinarians sent tissue samples to a state laboratory where it was determined the animal died of the plague. The death was announced on Monday.

Zoo veterinarian Dave Kenny said that the risk of plague spreading to humans was extremely low but that visitors were being urged to avoid squirrels and rabbits.

"There are species in the zoo collection, especially monkeys, that could be susceptible to the plague," said John Pape, an epidemiologist with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

Bowie said none of the 17 other capuchin monkeys in the exhibit -- or any other animals at the zoo -- have shown plague symptoms. But as a precaution, all the capuchin monkeys have been moved to an inside enclosure and are being treated with a regimen of antibiotics, she said.


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A 3 year old Bernalillo County boy has died of bubonic plague, marking the 1st fatal case of the disease in New Mexico in 2007. The state Health Department made the announcement on 7 Jun 2007. The city of Albuquerque's Environmental Health Department and the state Health Department are conducting an investigation at the boy's home in the East Mountain area to determine if there is any risk to [other] people. The boy was the 3rd plague case in New Mexico in 2007. The 1st, in late April 2007, was a man from San Juan County who recovered, and the 2nd was a woman from Torrance County who is still hospitalized.

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Hi Mark! Recieved this alert and thought of your cats neko.gif SimbaRunAni.gif EmoticonSimbafly.gif


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Jefferson County-Jefferson County Department of Health and Environment (JCDHE) announced today that a domestic cat in the Conifer area has tested positive for plague. It is not uncommon for cats to become infected with plague in an environment where plague is circulating. The cat is now under the care of a veterinarian. Dr. Jim Dale, DVM, Environmental Health Services Director said, "This is plague season in Colorado and everyone is reminded of the importance of keeping their pets from roaming free and using appropriate flea control products to minimize the risk of plague." Plague is a bacterium that is maintained in various species of rodents and rabbits and is transmitted by fleas. When an infected rodent becomes sick and dies, its fleas can carry the infection to other warm-blooded animals, including humans. People also can be exposed through direct contact with infected rodents, rabbits and cats. According to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, in 2006 there were four confirmed human cases of plague in Colorado, all of them received treatment and recovered. Public Health officials remind citizens to take the following precautions to protect their animals and their families from plague:

• Do not feed squirrels or other rodents. This brings them onto your property and in close contact with each other increasing the risk of disease transmission.
• Rodent-proof your houses and outbuildings.
• Don't let dogs or cats catch or eat squirrels.
• Do not allow pets to roam freely, and keep them treated for fleas according to a veterinarian's advice.
• Be aware of rodent and rabbit populations in your area and report sudden die-offs or multiple dead animals.
• Contact your physician if you develop a high fever or other plague symptoms following a fleabite or direct contact with dead rodents or rabbits.

Additional information on plague can be found on the department's Web site: http://health.jeffco.us or the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment at: http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/dc/Zoonosis/plague/index.html

Citizens are reminded to contact CO-HELP at 1-877-462-2911 to report a dead rodent or rabbit. For further information, please call Jefferson County Department of Health and Environment Zoonosis Program at 303-271-5775.

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