Cats are like people in many ways. They can be playful, irritated or downright mean sometimes. That's why it is no surprise that cats can also suffer from nasal congestion and allergies. These symptoms tend to be caused by the same things that make people sick- irritants or pollutants. Cats can also have a bacterial infection that causes allergic symptoms, like human beings as well.
These symptoms can include sneezing, watery/itchy eyes, tiredness, and loss of appetite. When your cat is down with allergies or sickness they tend to suffer for around 4 weeks. Luckily for your fur baby there are a number of home treatments for nasal congestion in cats
. We will examine a few of the most popular methods of treating your cat's symptoms in this article.