November 2012 Issue

In The News: The Risks of Upper Respiratory Infections

Theyre often ultimately harmless, but kittens are especilly vulnerable, and secondary diseases can have serious effects.

Signs that your cat has an infection of his upper respiratory tract can mimic the ones you suffer with a cold: watery eyes, runny nose, wheezing, sneezing and coughing. Just as you’re likely to rebound in a few days, in most instances a cat will, too.

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