Isospora felis

I·sos·po·ra fe·'lis

a species found in the small intestine and sometimes the cecum and colon of cats, lions, and other felids; it is only slightly, if at all, pathogenic in cats and is not infective in dogs.
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Isospora species which causes clinical coccidiosis in cats are mainly Isospora felis and Isospora rivolta.
Isospora belli and Isospora suis complete the entire life cycle in a single host, while Isospora felis and Isospora ohioenesis are facultative or heteroxenous and need intermediate hosts to complete their life cycle (Lindsay and Blagburn, 1994; Lindsay et al., 1997; Tenter et al., 2002; Morrison et al., 2004).