Sneezing cat with runny eyes

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Maxx Luggs had one a couple of years ago I freaked out because I've never seen it before in cats. But he's always sneezed and now has more runny eyes than normal. He's a long hair Manx, and is 6 years old. He's always been really healthy and has had all of his shots. Oh and don't go giving human meds to cats... I made that mistake with Tylenol and killed a little baby kitty because it shut down his kidneys before I knew he was sick.
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....
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.
Last fall I noticed many of them sneezing,and they have leaky eyes and now that winter is here they are really coughing and sneezing with eyes and noses that are leaking. I feel so sorry for them and I don't know what they have? I have been giving them lots of warm meals and cleaning their eyes and noses. Thank you.
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?
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 have heard of people getting itchy eyes, runny nose, and sneezing but has anyone else heard of such lung and breathing problems? Any suggestions? He has looked into allergy shots but it is not realistic.
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.
My other cat Kramer was adopted at the same time, from the same place, and had even more health problems in the beginning, does not get this eye discharge. What is wrong with my cat? Should I be concerned or is this just allergies? His eyes are not red and he doesn't seem to be bothered by anything else...no itching, no sneezing, nothing inflamed. He eats normal, goes to the bathroom normal, plays a LOT with his brother, etc.
Now, URI (upper respiratory infections) is VERY common in cats and often is mistaken as a cold because it looks like it with runny nose, stuffed up, icky eyes, sneezing, ect. It is very contagious between cats (not at all to people) and is airborne. To treat it you will need to go to the vet for an antibiotic. Clavamox (clavamic acid w/ammoxicillian) is the most common treatment and comes in both pill or liquid. Also, if there are other cats in the home, they would need treatment too.
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.
The medicine she got when we first got her was for kennel cough (oral for the sneezing, eye for her runny eyes and nose for her runny nose). I'm sorry I keep posting but these are things I also need to remember to tell the vet when we go on Friday.
Definitely keep the appointment. It would help if we knew what your cat was diagnosed with originally. I'd also consider asking on the Expert Forum one of the vets for an opinion if you're worried about having to wait two days and wondering if going in sooner would be better. Either way let us know how the visit goes! It could be something as simple as ringworm or mange, which while a nuisance is easily treatable (but dangerous if NOT treated).
When I found her she was so sick, runny nose, eyes, ears and sneezing. She has taken 3 rounds of antibotics and many tubes of L-Lysine. She is not active at all, only walks slowly. The majority of the time she is sleeping. She still has running eyes and nose but not as bad as before. I think her ears still bother her but they are not running any longer. But the poor baby can not meow, she tries but nothing comes out. She eats good and loves her dish of milk.
Most allergies will show up on the skin, similar to our allergies exhibiting to us as sneezing or runny eyes....so I would try a change to a good hypoallergenic diet as described on many other posts you can read back on....or a change at least away from food containing poultry products.... A Vet consult should also be done, good luck and keep posting as to kitties condition..kitty needs also to be checked for fleas(?
i also got sneezy,runny eyes wheezey when i bought a new carpet,i got diagnosed with rhinitis.i put up with it for 18 months then got rid of the carpet and my symptoms went.Have they bought any new items?curtains,carpets,new suite?anything like that can set me off,hope this helps.
The wet fluid sensation I feel in my ear, also irrates and burns somewhat and it seems to be aggravating my throat, and also my upper lung area which also seems to effect my breathing. Sensitive to loud noises, eyes sensitive to light also with vague headaches. My problem also causes memory problems and trouble concentrating, and anxiety. My problem also makes general sinus problems worse cold, allergies etc. Anyhow these are the majority of my symptoms.
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?
The spasm cough causes it all and when it goes away (usually 4 to 5 days) things are relatively normal although a normal cough stays with me for weeks after. 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.
She is sneezing all the time has a runny nose and keeps blowing snot bubbles. It seems as though she is only breathing through her mouth now and it sounds like she is weazing and she constantly has goop in her eyes. I called a vet and he said not to worry about it as long as she is eating and drinking still. She drinks all the time but I never notice her eating. I want to feel at ease but something doesn't feel right.
56 am, still no physical symptoms except inability to sleep, a little runny nose, muscle aches that are tolerable, and here is the one I really have trouble with...horrible depression. I never felt so horribly alone in my life...of course because no one knows that I used and no one knows that I'm withdrawing now as I took a week off to go through withdrawals. I got rid of all the ultram (flushed it all down the toilet). So now there is absolutely no turning back.
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.
) But the usual way for a person allergic to cats to present with that allergy is by runny eyes and sneezing, not itching. Itching is usually from skin contact. Have you changed your laundry detergent or soap lately?
We usually have the same symptoms on the same days with the runny eyes even. And, this without the actual seasonal allergies. We seem to both be allergic to this apartment. Moving isn't really an option. Cats can also have kitty colds. There are other more serious issues that the symptoms can mean, too, especially if the cat is an indoor/outdoor cat. So, you should still take the cat to the vet.
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.
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.
(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.
Anyways i've noticed when my allergies are bad, i.e sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, sore throat, cough, i get stabbing type pains under my left ribs which are worrying me, it doe's calm down when my allergies do and it's not severe just really annoying and uncomfortable. I don't think it's normal though, but i thought i'd ask if anyone else has had this? Or am i going to have to make an appoitment with my Doctor, hmmm. Xo.
It's contagious to other cats I'd say. When I adopted my younger cat from the county shelter he started sneezing after 24 hours of being in the house. He then got my other cat sick as well. It's a virus so antibiotics won't do anything. It will go away on his own. What WILL help is a very, very good diet to help boost her immune system so she can fight that su cker. Good Luck at the vet's.
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