Why Does My Cat Sneeze a Lot?


There are a number of things that would make a cat sneeze. An occasional sneeze is nothing to worry about but if it sneezes a lot, with or without the accompaniment of nasal discharge, pay attention. If it sneezes frequently, it can be an indication that it has a health problem. Possible causes of your cat's chronic sneezing are allergies, a viral infection and a condition known as a chronic rhinitis or nasal obstruction.
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Yes, your cat can get colds, too. As with humans, upper respiratory infections can be caused by viruses or bacteria and can be spread through contact with other animals. In some cases
In some cats this could simply mean they're healthy, but if they sneeze non-stop it could be serious and needs to be treated by a vet.
Its hard to tell without actually seeing the cat, knowing her medical history, and if she's had proper vaccines. Is she coughing up anything? Have you checked her feces for worms?
If she shows any other symptoms of an upper respiratory infection, such as watery
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Why Does My Cat Sneeze a Lot?
As a responsible pet owner, you make sure your cat gets plenty of food and water. You also watch him so you don't miss any symptoms of health problems. If your cat sneezes a lot, it could be a sign that it is time to visit your veterinarian.... More »
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