Why Is My Cat Sneezing so Much?

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If your cat is sneezing a lot, it is highly likely that it's allergic to something in the house. Cats will be allergic to pollen, dust, and some fabrics, so try and find out what the allergen could be. More serious causes of sneezing include nasal infection, cat herpes and cat leukaemia. If you suspect that it's something serious, consult your local vet.
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Your cat can sneeze from something as simple as allergy or sensitivity to certain smells or something as serious as feline leukemia. The important thing is to monitor your cat closely and if she sneezes often, you may need to have her checked by a vet to make sure she is okay.
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