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Cat sniffing symptoms and treatment

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Cat sniffing is a disease that manifests itself through the airways and eyes. So, what are symptoms such as inflammation and the treatment for it?

Cat sniffing is particularly dangerous for young cats and animals with a compromised immune system.


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How you can recognize the cat sniffing disease

Cat sniffing is an infectious disease against which most stub tigers are getting vaccinated as a precaution.

If it breaks out, the highly contagious disease affects the airways, oral mucosa, and conjunctiva of the cat and should be treated by the veterinarian as soon as possible.

Animal owners should not equate the harmless-sounding disease with sniffing in humans.

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A cat sniffing is much more dangerous and can even cost a cat’s life at worst.

Fortunately, the chances of healing with proper therapy are excellent.


Detecting the symptoms of Cat sniffing

After the cat has become infected with cat sniffles, two to five days pass before the first symptoms appear.

First, the cat generates a lot, its eyes tear, and her nose runs.

The velvet paw looks depressed, can get a fever, sleeps a lot, and eats less than usual.

Tear fluid and nasal discharge of the cat become purulent to mucus and crust in the course of the cat disease, the eyes of the cat usually stick.

The condition often spreads to the upper airways, the cat sniffs and gets significantly worse air.

Swallowing and coughing are also typical symptoms of cat sniffing.

In cats with weak immune systems or cat babies, ulcers of the mucous membrane may occur.


Treatment of cat sniffing

As with all cat diseases, the earlier it is discovered by the veterinarian, the better.

To avoid dramatic consequential damage such as chronic eye diseases, you should consult a veterinarian as soon as there is a suspicion of cat sniffing.

It treats the sick cat with antibiotics in tablet or eye drop form.

At home, the snuffed kitten needs loving care, warmth, and tranquility.

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She should be separated from other cats first so that she does not infect them.

Also, you should not leave your sick cat outside, even if she is otherwise a freeman.

A warm place on the heating, many caresses, and careful cleaning of the nose and eye area together with the medications ensure that she is soon better off.


Feed your cat

If the velvet paw may not eat, you should consult the veterinarian again.

It can show you how to feed the animal with a pipette until it is better still or until cat food is eaten by itself yet.

The veterinarian will also tell you which food you can feed in this case.

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Preventing cat sniffing: Vaccination is essential

Cat sniffing is getting triggered by a variety of pathogens, which can not only be transmitted from cat to cat but can also be getting towed via clothing or dirt.

Regular vaccinations against cat sniffles are therefore essential.

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Be sure to talk to the vet. Also, a healthy immune system is another factor when it comes to preventing disease. Balanced, full-fledged cat food, always fresh drinking water, air-free berths, a species-appropriate attitude, and a warm retreat for free-range people, for example, reduce the risk of getting sick.


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