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My Kitty Is Sneezing!
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So my dear baby girl - fearsome huntress - queen of her realm - weighing in at 11 pounds on a good day, yet the tomcats in the hood thrice her size quiver in their paws when my teeny - tiny Shelby struts by - is sneezing - been three days at random times - no other symptoms - research says I should wait for other symptoms for the vet......what do you say???

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Is she listless?  Appear to have a fever?  Off her food?  If none of the foregoing you can maybe wait and see if she shakes it.  Poor baby :wub:     And poor mama :)

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I almost posted this question last week!  Gracie was sneezing but no other issues.  She isn't sneezing now so I don't know what it was.

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Pets have allergies too :) if she doesn't have what the others said, i'd just keep an eye on her.

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Thanks Everyone -- she is only a bit more sweet and cuddly than usual - otherwise just the sneeze -- saw her off hunting through the neighborhood yesterday as normal.

 

Shadow -- I read about the allergy posibility last night -- lol -- figures my little girlie would develop allergies! 

 

Watching for the day -- tomorrow being Friday will be decision day -- I try to avoid weekend doctor visits for the entire family :)

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I had a kitty that used to get hayfever at the same as me :) We often sat around sneezing together...

Hope kitty gets better soon x

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Another friend with extensive animal experience suggested Lysine treatment for respitory concerns -- as long as Shel is eating and acting otherwise normally - no need for Vet yet.

 

Funny -- she almost tackled me for my salmon jerky yesterday -- she usually asks very nicely for a treat -- salmon would be filled with amino acids - including lysine -- cats are smarter than us -- they just choose not to use our language ;)

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Oh kitten sneezes, they are so cute yet so sad. My kitties will sneeze out of the blue and will look so confused like "what the hell was THAT!?", hehe. It's probably just kitteh allergies though if nothing else seems to be wrong :)

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