Can Cats Get Colds?


Yes cat's can get cold's. If you have a cat that is sneezing or has a runny nose, it may have a cold. They may not be eating well, so that's another sign of having a cold.
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2 Additional Answers Answer for: can cats get colds
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.
Cats can get colds but they are not the colds that humans come down with. Most colds that attacks cats are actually upper respiratory infections. They can get serious and may need attention from a veterinarian. You can find more information here:
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