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Posted by: Michele | 2008/08/30

Sneezy cat

My bengal cat began sneezing a few weeks ago. There' s no running or discharge from her nose or eyes. I phoned a Vet. who told me that sneezing in cats could lead to chronic sinus infections &  eye problems. He couldn' t examine her but prescribed Doxysyrup as a precaution - most of which she vomited up but the sneezing abated. Now she' s started sneezing again &  her nose feels a bit wetter than usual. Even I' ve started sneezing a lot lately. Could it be a seasonal allergy?
Getting her to the Vet is a mission, she totally freaks out in the cat carrier. What would yiu suggest for the sneezing?

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Dear Michele
Can be an allergy but older cats can develop growth in the sinus and some cat even a fungus infection. With a fungal infection the discharge is usually thick and green.

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Posted by: Carol | 2008/08/30

Sounds like a bit of an allergy to me , if her eyes get gummy and nose is runny BUT clear use echina force drops , 4 drops 3 times daily.

Just watch carefully for signs of secondary infection.

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