Can Cats Catch a Cold?


Cats, just like humans, can catch a cold. Cat colds are more often than not caused by viral infection and they are not always that simple. These viral infections have to be allowed to run their course as there is really no cure for viral infections.
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The rhinoviruses that cause the common cold in humans are not communicable to cats. Cats can get upper respiratory infections from other kinds of bacteria or viruses and these cause similar symptoms to the human common cold.
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To catch a cold the best way is to be exposed to the germs of someone that currently has a cold. You can do this by kissing them or sharing eating utensils with them.
In the winter if your cat is used to staying inside the house and you put it outside the cats affects will change and get a cold.
1. Touch infected people. Once a cold sore develops, it takes about 7 to 10 days to heal. During this time, a person is at his most contagious. Kissing a person who has a cold sore
They get more than you think. Cat colds are contagious (to other cats), cats
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