Why Is My Cat Sneezing Blood?

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Your cat might be sneezing blood because of bacterial infection in the nasal passages, which causes the tissues to become irritated and inflamed. It may also be caused by feline calcivirus, which attack the lungs. It is advisable you take it to a veterinary.
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Symptoms include sneezing, nasal discharge (not necessarily bloody) runny eyes, cough, oral or nasal ulcers, sniffles, fever and a hoarse voice. High temperature indicated by listlessness
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Not Vet Advice: There are a couple causes for a cat sneezing blood. One could be he breathed in dry air. He also could have internal bleeding. See Vet for help.
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bring him/her to a vet straight away! ive seen this before it is bad.
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The most common cause of hemorrhage from the nose is trauma, such as
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