Cat sneezing with blood

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Hello, I'm bit desperate, nobody give me any answer and I asked a lot of vets until today, my male cat, now 8 months old, have often episodes of sneezing with pretty consist result which come out, was also with bit of blood sometimes, he was smallest of all, and first 5 months of his life he was out, we take it in our home when other cats was taken by neighbors, he got trouble with eyes and we cure him (eyes clustered).
my kitty jazzmyn has been sneezing for over a year and she sneezes as much as an adult (human) . now she is sneezing out blood . vets don't know what could be the problem with out running expensive tests that i can't afford . is there any answers anyone could give or sugest anything to help ??
He started sneezing excessively . These sneezes are also followed up with what seems to be an excess of saliva/mucous. He always seems startled when this happens and runs around trying to get it out! @ weeks ago I came home and noticed blood on his nose (which is from what I assume him to be scratching it...maybe it was bothering him?
Yes I would take him in for some xrays, I don't want to scare you but my Bailey also developed the same sneezing that also included a discharge with small amounts of blood. My Vet made her an appointment with a specialist that did xrays and found a large tumor back deep in her nasal passage, they didnt recommend any treatment other than comfort measures....when she totally lost her sense of smell of course she stopped eating and I had to put her down...
The sneezing I can live with---it's 10 hours a day with a running nose that's a killer. I'm starting a nasal spray called Omnaris and hoping it helps. It's truly a debilitating condition and I commiserate with the others who've written.
My cat Max is about 7 years old. He started sneezing a week ago and then one day he stopped eating and drinking. I researched online and found out that baby food was a great source of nutrients and a way to keep the cat hydrated. Max took to the baby food and almost ate an entire jar in one day! A couple days later, I took him to the vet and the vet told me he did not know what was wrong. He stated he would have to do multiple testing and blood work and the estimate was between $700-$900.
starting in jan. 2008 i strated getting headcahes when sneezing, coughing, bending over. for about 4 months they treated it for sinus problems,(which i did have surgery on about 15 years ago) but after antibodys and steroids did not work i went ear nose throat specialist and agin she tried a really strong antibody and streoits and ther was no luck ther eigher So she had a cat scan done and it was negative so she send me to a nerologists, he did a mri and it came back negative.
With financing, I managed to arrange things in such a way, that we were able to make the trip. Full blood-work was completed, with perfect results. No major flags, which was expected, but still comforting. His white blood cell count was a tad elevated, which was also expected, considering the virus. He's borderline jaundiced, but not there yet, so we're pushing fluids fluids fluids.
She gets infections in her mouth that we heal with hydrogen peroxide, also works really well. We just put it on with a q-tip. She used to get infections in her pads on her paws, which she hasn't had for some time. She did have anal gland problems once, but I know what to look for now. She sneezes a lot!! Is always dripping from her nose and mouth. She used to pee and poop outside the litter box, but now only pees outside the box.
You can research this under Eosinophlic Complex, its a hard issue to resolve, I have a cat with this also. does your cat also have skin/sores that are a manifestation of EGC? I would wonder why you Vet is treating her with antibiotics when the UA test was normal, this indicates there should be no bladder infection. However a high Urea/bun does indicate Kidney disease...this to my knowledge is usually not treated with antibiotics...
Siamese Lynx-Point,spayed female, 8 yrs old, no prior medical condition other than 2 UTI's. Presents with coughing, sneezing, nasal discharge. Given Amoxil for RI for 7 days, went away for 3 months... came back ...given another dose Amoxil for 10 days. Symptoms came back 1 month later Given another med for 10 days and on 7th day quit eating and still drinking.
I didn't believe it but went with it anyway. Within 2 days the non licking cat was licking the fur off his belly and inner legs. It has to be something contagious. I think it could be MITES. I had them checked and of course nothing came back from the tests, but as we all know, "Medicine is a GUESSING GAME." They do not know everything. I am so frustrated because there seems to be no remedy. I changed the litter and the food and so forth and nothing worked. Poor babies.
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.
They Are my fathers cats and i unfortunately have to live with my father. I get the sneezing the coughing up mucus clogged nasel sinuses and everything its miserable and when the cats are right next to me my lungs even start to lock up. But what i was wondering is lately ive been having heart palpitations and tachycardia. Hypathetically could a very severe cat allergy cause these things.
Yes, as Pip said??? I have a friend with an elder cat who, too, was skin and bones. She began feeding him WET FOOD ONLY (if you do this, add it in slowly over a period of time to avoid gastric upset). It turns out kitty was severely hydrated and bounced right back. His horrible smelly skin condition has improved, as well. He is 16!
She also had a bad problem with her legs. They were weak and she fell a lot. Exercise and playing with our other cat has made them stronger but DH noticed she's limping and getting clumsy again. She was a stray and is strictly indoor. She had a flea problem but we treated her and she is now cured but still bites and licks herself a lot (and has been, even before we got the puppy).
I am sure an individual safe protocol could be found for your cat, as long as his bloodwork was fairly normal and there is no obvious heart disease. But, your cat must have pre-anesthetic blood tests, X-Rays, ECG, etc. to make sure that he can with stand anesthesia. If he can tolerate anesthesia safely your vet can do the biopsy and the dental quickly since your cat has few teeth. If I have missed any of your questions please post again and I will be glad to answer those I have missed.
He tryed running into a store thats how we found him. He had a bad upper respitory with sneezing blood the vet gave him med. We have had him for a little over a month he use to be very coudly know he will lay by your feet loves to play but will attack you and if you move to the next room he will sniff you out and try to get you and will bite and bite wont let go. Now He is scared of anything black and will hit it and jump back.
I've had sinus surgery prior to my hepC treatment so I made an appt. with my ENT physician. Along with that I had a chest xray with my primary care doctor. My CAT Scan came back and showed that I wasn't having blockage, infection or anything unusual with my sinuses as well as chest xray showed very clear. I still coughed and coughed. I was coughing like crazy day and night and didn't really find much to relieve the cough. I took some 'tussin' cough, but that didn't help much.
It is very well due to the compromised immune system AND allergies, allergies with people will manifest themselves with sneezing,watering eyes...respiratory problems etc...BUT with cats the allergies show up as skin conditions.... We can go into tons of info together, I will help you all I can. First of all the food she is on is an EXCELLENT food, however is it CHICKEN/turkey?? for some reason some cats are highly allergic to poultry....
5) How often are they asking to see your cat? If you leave the office with instructions and your cat is not better, you should call to report this and schedule another appt. If they are not asking to see your cat, you might consider asking for another appt. They SHOULD be monitoring your cat on a regular and speedy interval as far as I'm concerned here. 6) I'd seek another opinion from another veterinarian office if I were you, if your baby is not getting better.
If you have been near anyone with a cough or sneezing, you have probably caught your respiratory infection from them.
Two weeks ago, my cat sneezed blood for the first time...He was sneezing before I thought because he had a cold..Next day I took my cat to my family vet and she said it could be a couple of things that caused the sneezing of the blood. A tooth in his mouth looked infected..The root of the tooth was hitting the inside of his nose. I asked the question to vet if she thought it be cancer. The vet took blood work for some test...Most of the results were negative..
A recent study done from researchers from the University of Florida and the University of California, San Francisco has shown that blood from subjects infected with HIV created an immune response against a feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) protein. The feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is closely related to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) as well as other species variations of the virus like simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV).
Hello, I am looking for some opinions on what to do with our cat. We recently found out that she has a diaphragmatic hernia and were advised to put her down, but we want to know if there are other options first. Here is some more information. She is about 9 years old as of this summer. She is an inside cat. About a year after we got her, when she was just a kitten, she got really sick and almost died.
I've taken Alvin to the vet five times in an effort to find the source of the stuffy nose and sneezing. I've had blood work and swabs done on him. I have never gotten a definitive answer from the vet, though she's happy to take my $250 every time. I've given Alvin 250mg of L-Lysine (Viralys) twice a day in an effort to boost his immune system. I use Little Noses saline mist to help him when he's really stuffy.
starting in jan. 2008 i strated getting headcahes when sneezing, coughing, bending over. for about 4 months they treated it for sinus problems,(which i did have surgery on about 15 years ago) but after antibodys and steroids did not work i went ear nose throat specialist and agin she tried a really strong antibody and streoits and ther was no luck ther eigher So she had a cat scan done and it was negative so she send me to a nerologists, he did a mri and it came back negative.
Whether it is small, or a large amount of blood the cat needs to go to the vet. I've had cats my entire life-35 yrs, and I have never ever seen that before. I seriously would freak if I saw my cat w/ a nosebleed. If your cat's an outdoor cat, this could be a sign of some trauma to the head. Something could've gotten in the nose. These are the possibilities that I could come up with. Do me a favor, if you find out what it is please tell us on this forum.
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