there are several ways to get it. Its not just from cats.
you can get it from meat, from water
If i remember right, if cat has it, it will be in the cat feces.
SO no eating cat feces, wear gloves when changing the cat box and you chance of getting are next to 0
but you want you can look it up on the web http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dpd/parasi...oplasmosis.htm
so from the CDC
Accidentally swallowing cat feces from a Toxoplasma-infected cat that is shedding the organism in its feces. This might happen if you were to accidentally touch your hands to your mouth after gardening, cleaning a cat's litter box, or touching anything that has come into contact with cat feces.
Eating contaminated raw or partly cooked meat, especially pork, lamb, or venison; by touching your hands to your mouth after handling undercooked meat.
Contaminating food with knives, utensils, cutting boards and other foods that have had contact with raw meat.
Drinking water contaminated with Toxoplasma.
Receiving an infected organ transplant or blood transfusion, though this is rare.