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Why The Cat Sneezing All The Time?

Update Time:2023/8/30
In fact, cats, like people, can sometimes suffer from allergic rhinitis. When climate change or exposure to dust and some gas irritation, it can trigger sneezing symptoms.
Some Common Causes of Sneezing And How To Deal With Them:

I. Environmental Causes of Sneezing:
Cause analysis: It may be that the environment of the cat is too dusty, so that the cat is allergic, so that sneezing and runny nose. This reason is the best to deal with, just clean the cat's environment can be, clean the dust, to give the cat a comfortable and clean environment. The owner should also pay more attention to maintaining a clean environment.

Solution: pay attention to hygiene and cleanliness, clean frequently.
II. Cold:
Colds are divided into the common cold and the viral flu.

(1) Common Cold: The cat will runny nose, occasionally sneezing, appetite has no impact. You can give cats cold medicine for cats. Get plenty of sun to help your cat stay dry, and if it's in an air-conditioned room, don't let the temperature get too low.

(2)Viral Influenza: cat common infections: Herpes virus, feline calicivirus, chlamydial infection, bacterial infection such as mycoplasma pneumonia.

The symptoms are increased eye feces, sneezing, runny nose, loss of appetite, cough, conjunctivitis, eye discharge, temperature rise and other symptoms.

Viral Cold Solutions:

①Pay attention to keep the cat warm and give it a comfortable environment. Don’t forget to make it eat more food and drink more water. Supply various vitamins and trace elements to improve the body's immunity.

②Give your cat antibiotics to prevent secondary infections.

③Timely vaccination to improve the cat's resistance is a long-term way.

The pathogen of Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis(FVR) is feline rhinotracheitis herpes virus, which is a highly infectious viral disease that is transmitted naturally through the respiratory tract and digestive tract. The symptoms of viral rhinotracheitis are more tears, eye feces, sneezing, nasal discharge, and bloodshooting than usual. If the symptoms are severe, it can cause eye diseases such as keratitis and conjunctivitis and rhinitis. Take the cat for timely treatment, fully disinfect the house, and the cat supplies need to be exposed to the sun.

III. Chemical Stimulation:
Sometimes a cat sneezes because there are too many harsh chemicals mixed in with bad litter. Cats also sneeze and tearing up frequently when they inhale irritating gases such as tobacco.

IV, Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis(FVR)
FVR is the most common disease in cats. Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis is an acute infectious disease in the upper respiratory tract of the cat, also known as infectious rhinotracheitis. The pathogen of the disease is feline rhinotracheitis herpes virus. Under natural conditions, it is generally transmitted through the respiratory tract and digestive tract.

The virus only infects cats and feline animals, and can be a source of infection in sick cats, naturally recovered cats, or sick cats during the incubation period. The sick cat can detoxify a large amount of secretions, which can last for about 2 weeks, and the expelled virus is quickly transmitted to other animals through contact and droplets.
1, How To Judge Whether The Cat Has FVR
The incubation period of Feline Viral Rhinotracheitisis 2 ~ 3 days.At the beginning of the disease, the main manifestations of upper respiratory tract infection, the disease cat appeared: depression, anorexia, temperature rise, cough, sneezing, tears, eyes and nose have secretions, secretions began to be serous, with the aggravation of the disease into purulent. Some sick cats appear oral ulcers, pneumonia and vaginitis, and some skin ulcers. The blood test showed neutropenia. Chronic cases may present with cough, sinusitis, dyspnea and other symptoms. Kittens born with toxic cats are weak, lethargic, and die from severe breathing difficulties.

2. Prevention Is Better Than Cure
There are many owners who do not vaccinate their cats in time, leading to many tragedies. Taeing is advising owners to make sure they get their cats vaccinated.