Asthma and Respiratory Issues in Cats
By far, viruses are the most common causes of upper respiratory infections in cats. Feline contagious upper respiratory problems are prevalent in shelters, catteries and multi-cat households. These viruses can be transmitted from cat to cat through sneezing, coughing, or while grooming or sharing food and water bowls. Once infected, cats can become carriers for life, and though they may not show any signs, they can still transmit the viruses to others.
There are also upper respiratory infections in cats that are primarily caused by bacteria. Chlamydia and Bordetella-also commonly found in shelters and areas with multiple cats-are two such bacterial infections.
Ways to Treat Feline Upper Respiratory Disease :
Keep the eyes and nasal passages clear through regular removal of discharge, increase the humidity by placing a vaporizer in the room with the cat, and the use a nasal decongestant prescribed by the veterinarian.
FOOD & LIQUIDS
Ensure food and water intake – this may be difficult since the nasal symptoms may not allow the cat to smell the food, in which case he usually does not eat. These cats may need to be force fed.
PEACE & QUIET
Help your cat by keeping him quiet, not active, and warm.
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