What To Do If Your Cat Keeps Sneezing

Looking for information on what to do if your cat keeps sneezing? A sneeze here and there is normally not a problem, but if your cat keeps sneezing consistently, there may be something wrong. Below you will find a few tips on what to do if your cat keeps sneezing.

  1. Clean your cat's nose. If your cat is wet sneezing, you may find that there is mucus drying on your cat's nose. You can use a moistened cotton ball or soft cloth to wipe off your cat's nose.
  2. Use a humidifier. It is possible that your cat may be sneezing because the air in your house is too dry. To help prevent your cat from sneezing, you may want to consider purchasing a humidifier and placing it in the room that your cat sleeps in the most.
  3. Test your cat for allergies. Just like humans, cat are capable of developing allergies. One of the most common allergies for pets is an allergy to pollen. Even if your cat is an indoor cat, it is possible that your cat can develop a pollen allergy. You may want to check the pollen count for the day to see if it is low, moderate or high. If it is high, wait for the count to become low and see if your cat stops sneezing.

If your cat keeps sneezing, your cat may have a cold or some sort of upper respiratory infection. It is always best to play it safe and contact your veterinarian for instructions on how to proceed if you suspect your cat may be suffering from an infection.



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