November 2010 Issue

Nasal Disease: Understand the Signs

Itís important to seek veterinary care if the symptoms persist.

Does your cat have a bad case of the sniffles? Itís probably nothing to worry about. Just like you, your cat is apt to come down with a minor respiratory infection now and then, and it will pass. But if the runny nose that persists for more than a few days ó and especially if the secretions thicken and become darker in color ó you should take your pet to the veterinarian for an examination.

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