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Old June 18th, 2003, 06:09 PM
George George is offline
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Cats sneezes a lot but very active and playfull

My cat has been sneezing for a month now
He is a 3 month seamese kitten, very playfull, eats perfectly
there is no any indication that he might be sick

He sneezes repeatedly 5 to 6 times usually after sleep.
During the day each hour about 3,4 times

What could be wrong with him?
He looks totaly fine

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Old June 18th, 2003, 10:23 PM
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Cute kitty George!!!

He might just have feline hayfever....pretty common in oriental breeds. Next time you take him to the vet, just mention it. I don't think its anything serious, unless his nose is running or dripping! Good luck with that!!
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Old July 14th, 2003, 05:29 PM
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Hey I just read your message about your cat sneezing. My cat looks like the same bread as your cat. I'm not sure if it is a snowshoe or not but it's pretty common for a cat to sneeze. However, it is something I would have your vet look at. Cats can have respatory problems; it could also be an early sign of uninary track infection. Sounds crazy but my cat had uninary track infection and it was one of the worse things that you can go through with the poor critter. I would get it checked out though.
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