Cats sneezing nose

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We just got a cat from the animal shelter about a month ago and it sneezes a lot but does not have a runny nose or watering eyes. The cat I think is about 5 years old. Any help would be appreciated.
He slurps his food up in a hurry then he is steady sneezing non stop and blowing his nose. No discharge of any type comes out. This goes on for quite awhile. He was starved to death and on deaths door when I first got him.he is fat and sassy seems to always be healthy and feeling good full of energy. He eats well 1can of fancy feast every morning and oorient six fish as much as he cares to eat. Do you think there is something major wrong should I take him to the vet and have this checked out?
this will make them wheeze, and sneeze a lot....watch the tip of the nose right aftr all the sneezing...see if you ca detect a little strand of something yellow or brown peeking out...if so get a tweezers and pull it slowly and gently out. Often then blades are several inches long, and usually decayed not still green. persians and snumb nosed cats are more prone to getting hair or grass stuck up in their nasal pasage....you can irrigate with mild saline solution after removing the blade.
Your cats runny eyes and sneezing may very well be associated with Feline Upper Respiratory Complex which is usually associated with the viruses contained in the cat annual vaccination series offered by veterinarians. Seeing your vet and being sure your cat is up to date on shots would be a wise choice.
Additionally, if your cat sniffed up a foreign body and it is lodged in his nose it may have to be removed by a vet, and could be the cause of his excessive sneezing. Sneezing is the bodies way to remove invaders.
hi, unfortunately persians and other cats with the 'peeked nose' are very prone to noisy breathing and all the problems that go along with it.. such as Upper Respiratory Infection or URI. http://www.petmd.com/cat/emergency/common-emergencies/e_ct_excessive_sneezing_nasal_discharge#.T_MSUfX5Ckg this can become bacterial and therefore require antibiotics....especially if she isn't eating llike she should or showing signs of a fever.
In October my 5 year old female cat received a shot of ampicillin and clavmox for URI. Although her sneezing with discharge has decreased somewhat, it still continues. We have 2 other cats who all share food/water bowls. One has mid-stage kidney disease so his immune system is compromised. Neither of the cats (nor any of the humans) she lives with show signs of URI. And believe me she's sneezed on everything and everybody!
When we first took them, our friend mentioned that Alvin had started sneezing. We didn't think anything of it. Cats sneeze. However, the sneezing began to get worse and has never gotten better. Alvin spends about 75% of his time with a stuffy nose and sneezes a LOT in an effort to clear his sinuses. Simon has never had this problem. Both cats are indoor. We do not have other pets. Our home is clean with hardwood floors and very few rugs.
Honestly, I have not heard of infections causing sneezing that are contagious, other than a virus or a bacteria, and that condition usually comes with coughing, fever etc. Your cat does not have a cold. It could also be, like April said, cleaning products or......sometimes the litter. Have you tried a different litter? You did mention your cleaning the house a lot. That might have done it right there.
It's caused by the relaxation and expansion of the vessels in the nose. They go a bit haywire when you go through withdrawals. They should subside in a few days. As an aside, this is also why you get the stomach upset. While on opiates, the constriction on the intestines are slowed. Food then stays in your stomach longer. Thus, more water is absorbed and constipation occurs. The exact opposite happens when you're in withdrawal.
If you have been taking opiates for a long period of time, you can have withdrawal symptoms once you stop taking them. These can include runny nose and sneezing that may be caused by nasal congestion. Some people appear to suffer from chronic runny nose, creating greater likelihood they will sneeze frequently. This suggests that the presence of extra mucus in the sinuses is more likely to provoke the sneeze reaction.
I have talked about Paradise some on here. She is getting ready to turn 4. And what a sweetie she is. Paradise has been doing a lot of sneezing over the months. Otherwise, she is maybe a tad overweight, eats like a little pig, goes to her litterbox well etc. Has a beautiful shiny coat, too. Very healthy except for these sneezing fits. Paradise was a gunshot victim almost 2 yrs. ago. Lost one eye and hearing in one ear.
I used Flonase in the past. Same thing. I'm on Benadryl all the time, otherwise I would have an itchy runny nose, sneezing, plus this sinus pain. I can't take ANYTHING for pain. I've been dealing with a kidney issue, so NSAIDs are out. I'm allergic to Tylenol, and I'm allergic to all opiates. When I was hospitalized with renal failure, the hospital had me lying down on a K-pad to deal with the intense kidney pain, because there isn't anything left that one can take for pain.
(I was told to by my vet) my kitten is still kinda geting over cat flu she has manky eyes, but the vet said if she gets a runny nose and starts sneezing take her straight back and they will put her on Antibiotics. So just in case.... But things are looking good.... :) Wooohooo. But all 5 being ill.. woah, I thought It was bad mine being born with Cat flu, but it never got passed on to the others.
in a person clear mucus means that the nose is just running naturally. she's not sneezing like crazy is she? warm not hot tea bags help with congestion, so does a roman bath. lock kitty in the bathroom and run the shower on steamy hot. give kitty a good steam to relieve the sinuses. that actually saved my small cat when she was severely congested. way to go with the kitten milk! my best advice would be just calling the vet. they are very helpful when you call.
Hello, Cat allergen, the allergy causing material from cats, is not cat hair, but rather a protein present in the dander and saliva of cats. These allergens become airborne as microscopic particles, which when inhaled into the nose or lungs can produce allergic symptoms.The color of the cat is due to its genes and if you are allergic to orange colored cats then it is not due to their color but due to their dander or saliva.
My wife cant stop sneezing and blowing her nose first thing in the morning and lasts for about an hour. We have two cats who come into the bedroom. Would this be the cause.
My vet said as long as all discharge from either his nose or eyes remains clear, not alot to do at this point and let it run it's course, unfortunately. Can I do anything to make his poor sneezy self more comfortable? He looks miserable! Spirit's on the mend and almost back to herself but she spent a couple nights @ the vet. Thanks for any help! Bob, my other cat, loves Vicks but when I offered it to Butters he took great offense. He's generally pretty picky.
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.
Charlie and Tiny, were sneezing, could not breath out the nose, and was sort of enlarged. They were breathing out of the mouth, but not coughing. The gums were just fine, and the incision area was fine no infection from what I could see. Day 7 : Now Charlie is drooling, and Tiny appears miserable, but not due to pain. now im thinking the surgery is the last of their worries. BUT now the other 2 kittens are showing signs of being sick. REALLY.
yesterday I noticed my cat sneezing a lot.. he would sniffle a bunch.. then sneeze hard.. he sneezed periodically through the night.. today he is still sneezing.. and I noticed clear liquid tears in his left eye when he is not sneezing his breathing seems normal.. and he is eating and drinking ok.. I think he seems a little more lethargic than normal.. he is a year and a half.. he had all his shots last year and it is time for his booster but I haven't had a chance to take him in yet.
I do have a question, though.....For my husband, the 'condition' isn't just trigged by blowing his nose, sneezing, laughing ...It's also triggered by certain smells. Cooking smells, for example. I have to be very careful not to burn anything, or even sear something on a higher heat...the smell is almost certain to bring on the 'condition'. Have any of you found this to be the case, also? Thanks for all the information!
Because the symptoms of nasal allergies (also known as allergic rhinitis) are much like cold symptoms — runny nose, watery eyes, cough, nasal congestion, sneezing — it can be tough to tell the difference. There are some telltale signs of allergies, though. Ask yourself the following questions: • Does it seem like your baby always has a cold? (Colds usually wind themselves down in a week to ten days; allergies don't.) • Is your baby's nose always stuffy or running?
I had 3 cats and 6 kittens, i only have 1 cat left now. The all had eyes matted up and sneezing. we cleaned the eyes out and gave them some antibotics but nothing help, they all have died but one.
Hi - My old cat has had his yearly flu vac but lately every couple of days he has a runny nose and I know it is bothering him because he keeps sniffling and can't get to sleep (when a cat can't sleep you know there's something wrong, lol) I've wiped his nose several times and he is also sneezing and keeps swallowing the mucus. I just wish he could blow his nose the way humans do - I feel so sorry for him.
I've been feeding a stray cat for a few weeks, and the poor creature has got a really gross problem with his nose. I thought he'd been in a fight and got his nose chewed, because instead of having a nice pink triangle where his nostrils are, he had a big scab. I thought it would heal by itself, but he keeps scratching the scab off, and it oozes with blood and pus. It smells bad. I'm allergic to cats, but took pity on him when he came begging in my garden.
i found my kitten (her names miracle) in an alley one nite so i took her home. she was really skinny&dirty with crustys on her eye. i decided to foster her. shes about 4-5wks, when i got her she was about 3. i got her to the vet a few days later, she had conjunctivitus&an upper respitory problem. the vet gave me meds for her eyes, than for 10days meds that i gave miracle with a syringe. and ive already her gotten her dewormed.
This virus is found in nasal secretions of infected individuals. It is spread by sneezing or coughing at a range of less than 6 feet or by hand-to-nose or hand-to-eye contact. Therefore, if you have other children in the home who go to a large day care or school, your baby will take longer to get over the coughing and coughing because of the constant germs and virus that are brought home from the older children from schools. People do not develop permanent immunity to the virus.
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