Laryngeal Diseases in Cats

A rare but important cause of respiratory problems

While asthma is by far the most common cause of coughing in cats, diseases affecting the larynx (voice box) come in second. You might expect upper respiratory infections (congestion, runny nose, sneezing) and heart failure (increased respiratory rate, trouble breathing) to cause coughing, but in cats they usually don’t.

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