Cat is sneezing with watery eyes

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The symptoms as you know are restlessness, muscle pain, bone pain, insomnia, diarrhea, vomiting, cold and/or hot flashes, goose bumps, involuntary leg movements, watery eyes, runny nose, sneezing, loss of appetite, irritability, panic, nausea, chills and sweating. For some reason some last longer then others. I think my sneezing stooped after about 3 or 3 1/2 weeks. Wired isn't it....
One of the stray started to cough and sneeze today. Her eyes are somewhat watery and nose is watery. Is this Rhinotracheitis? I called the vet, but the vet is ill. They are going to call me back tomorrow.
Hi. I have a cat that is about 7 weeks old. He has watery eyes and runny nose and is sneezing all the time. I was wondering if this is allergies or if he has a cold? I need to take him to the vet, but won't be able to do so until next week. In the meantime is there anything I can do to help his symptoms?
If this is indeed what your new kitten has then the Vet will explain the cycle to you, If your other cat is sniffling now also and the new cat is diagnosed with an URI then your other cat already has this respiratory complex, so I hope you will be keeping your New little one. They will be good for each other. My cat has had this since I adopted her. She gets colds every 6 months, most just go away a few turn into gunky nasal infections and then she gets Clavimox antibiotic.
If there is no nasal discharge it is early in the process, it is viral, so not really anything you can give him. .....but if discharge is seen, watery eyes, and breathing difficulties begin, then he needs an antibiotic. Let's hope it is just allergies. I am sure others on this site will check in with suggestions also. If you can get him off Friskies and onto a grain free, limited ingredient food like Weruva or Natural Balance that would be a much better food offering .
She may have had multiple injuries from the fall. The sneezing and watery eyes is an upper respiratory infection. The stress from the fall and subsequent examinations is likely to make that worse. I would monitor her movement and behavior without picking her up or pressing on her. If she is still limping I would take her to the vet.
My girlfriend has the same thing. Violent sneezing and watery eyes all day with no other symptoms. The next day she is fine with little or no sneezing. It happens to her more often (once a month) in winter than in summer (once every few months). She had an allergy test done and it showed that she wasn't allergic to anything. She just got done with a very strict candida diet while taking Candex and probiotics. She just had a sneezing day yesterday so that didn't affect it.
I would only worry about gucky eyes if ONLY one eye is got crud in it or both eyes are cruddy and their is sneezing or breathing problems. Two cruddy eyes with no other symptoms is probably not a health concern. I hope this helped!!
9 months ago I moved to Portland, OR. It's known for allergies and though I'd never had them before, noticed them almost instantly - sneezing, swollen & watery eyes in the morning. They seemed to get better for a while and then in Jan they got terrible - only this time it was only my eyes. They were watery and moderately red, but most noticeably they were swollen every morning, particularly the lower lid, under my eye.
Also, one of my cats has had a cold since I adopted her in December. I have had her to the vet twice with watery eyes and sneezing and the vet said it is not bacterial and it will clear up on its own. Has anyone ever had it last this long with their cats?
My 2 1/2 year old was just diagnosed with a severe cat allergy that is causing her asthma and we don't even have a cat, but after talking to her teachers and friends parents we now know her exposure to cat allergens is happening in preschool/daycare. There are three teachers in her classroom and among the three teacher there are six cats and we know some of the students have cats. Our allergist has sent the school a letter telling them to limit her exposure to cat allergens.
It started this morning after eating too much syrup with pancake. Too much sugar in the morning gives me headaches, but this is weird. It's thin watery yellow sticky discharge, only from left nostril.
my question is sense then we had him corentined for 5 days and brought him home he sounds worse and my other cat has gotten this as i was told was going 2 happen (shelter also gave us meds 4 him) .....now is the older cat going 2 get bad like the kitten or did we treat him fast enough....
Every time you get a cold, notice how it usually starts in the throat with a tickle, a scratch, or a slight cough. It then progresses into chest congestion or travels up into the ears and the sinuses. You’ll have a low grade fever, mild chills, and a runny nose. Even if you start out with a runny nose, eventually, you’ll have throat symptoms later on. Sounds like a classic cold, right?
I found a stray kitten and I have noticed he is very playful eats and drinks normally but he seems to be sneezing quite often,watery eyes and nose (the water is not green or anything its just clear) can I go to a petstore and get him something for the sneezing,is that a cold?
The cough may be so severe that you vomit or turn red or blue from the effort. Fatigue. Nasal congestion or discharge. Sneezing, red watery eyes. Severe coughing can result in tiny red spots caused by ruptures in blood vessels at the skin's surface (petechiae) in your upper body, as well as small areas of bleeding in the whites of your eyes. You may even bruise or break a rib if your coughing episodes are severe.
What I don't understand is that we have had our cat for about three months now and his only reaction has been the tipical sneezing, watery eyes, and runny nose. However, this syptom seems to extreme. He will cough for hours, he is up all night and keeps me up with his coughing. He coughs to the point that there is no phlem left. He is also a smoker. Although he is not coughing up blood, I believe this may be early signs of lung cancer. Can this be correct?
My cat keeps sneezing and sometimes has watery eyes. It started today and. I googled it and apparentley he's got upper respiratory infection. Are there any home remedies or ways I can help him without taking him to the vet?
I notice if I catch it early (which means I carry antibiotics with me all the time) it is not as nearly as bad. Doctors have diagnosed this as Asthma, chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma etc etc. All different specialists seem to have a different prognosis and the recommended pills over the years have not really done any good. None of them seem to relate to the closure of the windpipe and cant give me a straight answer when I ask them.
My symptoms then, was sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, trouble breathing. Haven't had any trouble since. My Dad is 75 and within the past five years has become extremely allergic to a lot of different things. (dust, cigarette smoke, pollen, etc.) Before this he never had a problem. No one else in my family has any problems with allergies. Thank you!!
sudden tickle in the throat with several seconds of advance notice before the choking cough arrives, simultaneously with the filling of both nostrils with mucus and tears running down the face from one or both eyes. The cough is so severe and persistent as to cause nausea and sometimes vomiting and leaving me unable to speak for a few moments. I had found that sipping a few sips of extremely hot water seems to stop the cough if I catch it fast enough.
this is commonly known as 'cat flu' most immune healthy cats can get over the symptoms like a runny nose/eyes but a cat with a diminished immune system can develop a Upper Respiratory INFECTION or URI. The safest thing to do for your kitty is to support the immune system and build up a resistance. Isolate her from your other cats until she is well and I would strongly advise you NOT subject her to her vaccinations until she is feeling better, this will only lower her resistance even more....
When it was the tortiseshell I was fine no problems at all and we brought this kitten into our lives thats black and white and now i have runny nose,Rash , sneezing,watery eyes, at one time we also had our Tortiseshell and a himalayan living in my 1 bedroom apt together with no problems until I invited the black and white Kitten in my apt. I don't understand please explain this too me thanks Kristin This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.
I also have asthma. My allergy symptoms have been fairly common (sneezing, running nose, itchy watery eyes ect.). I have had allergy testing done and am allergic to grass and cats. However, for the last 4 years my allergies have completely changed. Instead of the usual June to September run, my allergies now start in late August and go for about a month. My symptoms have also changed. I now have extremely itchy skin just around the outside of my lips. My lips are also red and swollen at times.
Her symptoms are few but include a thick, green nasal discharge from the right nostril, sneezing, and periodically watery discharge from both eyes. The symptoms have waxed and waned several times disappearing completely for nearly two weeks only to return. She is otherwise playful with a hearty appetite, excellent stools, nice coat, good gums and teeth. My most recent encounter with the vet left her with the diagnosis of "chronic viral syndrome.
Plus, it's hard to call something 'allergies' when there isn't a huge component of allergic-type symptoms (sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, itching). How old is your daughter? For young kids, this could be teething pain. She could have bad acid reflux. There could be something else going on too. My advice would be to see a different doctor (any Pediatric ENT specialists in your area?) and get another exam/opinion.
So, unusual my hubby actually asked if I had an appt. That is really bad. It is time for meds and I am hurting so will close and keep people posted. Happy Thanksgiving every one. Be safe but have fun.
I have taken her to the vet and have medicine for her eyes but she still wakes up with black goop around her eyes. I wash it off with a moist cloth and that also inspires her to do some cleaning herself.
Her symptoms have been few but include thick, pale green discharge from the right nostril, sneezing, and periodically watery discharge from both eyes. The symptoms have waxed and waned several times - - disappearing completely for nearly two weeks only to return. She is otherwise playful with a hearty appetite, excellent stools, nice coat, good gums and teeth. My most recent encounter with the vet left her with the diagnosis of "chronic viral syndrome.
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