Posted by: Debz | 2012/04/21

Nose Bleed in cat

Hi, I have a +-14 year old male cat. The last 3 weeks or so he has a nose bleed (just one nostril) every second day or so. He is still happy, eating and drinking normally. Is this common or should I take him to a vet?

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Hi Debz

I would advise that you get the nose bleed investigated.There are a no of possible causes from trauma, foreign body, tumor to an infection.

Kind regards

Angus Campbell

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