sinus infection -- another case
Our 14-year-old cat seems to be having a similar problem for the past 3 months. One course of antibiotics relieved her somewhat, but she still wouldn't eat or eat very little. And she's become very finicky about food, she can barely eat hard food -- that suggests she might have a problem with her teeth. We give her cat treats, tuna and other soft food, but she's been avoiding those too the past three days as her sinus infection makes a comeback. Going to the vet just means getting jerked around for a hundred more tests, isn't there something out there to take care of a cat's cold?