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Thread: Sneezing Kitten

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    Sneezing Kitten

    Hello all,

    I adopted a little kitten in a refuge about 3 weeks ago. He is about to turn 4 months. He's been sneezing quite a lot lately (like 25-30 times a day). He eats well and drink as well. He is quite active during the day and night. I'm just concerned about the sneezing. I noticed he had greenish/yellowish nose discharges. I'm supposed to renew his vaccinations next week, but I don't know if I should go and see a veterinarian before that. He has been sneezing for a few days now and it doesn't seem to stop. He doesn't cough or doesn't have runny eyes. Everything seems normal except for his nose.

    Anyone has any advices? Should I just go to the vet?

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    Yes, you should.

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    Yes, bring him to the Vet. You'll sleep better at night...

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    Take him to the vet, we are not vets on this forum!

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    He may have an oral infection that connected to his sinuses

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    Poor thing. Go straight to the vet! Don't wait another week, please. Disclose everything to the dr (if the kitten has been exposed to any other cats or the outdoors at all and don't hide any info from the vet). I'm sorry and I hope he is better soon.
    Last edited by Rose Mosse; 09-27-2019 at 02:07 AM.

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    Agree. Also read this thread: [Register to see the link]
    Originally Posted by HeartGoesOn
    Yes, bring him to the Vet. You'll sleep better at night...

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    Definitely take him to the vet to make sure that everything is fine. Better safe than sorry. I adopted two kittens about a year ago and they sneezed a fair amount also after I got them (of course, I hate to vacuum so that may have been the culprit - LOL). I did take them to the vet and they were healthy. They probably need to get used to their surroundings. Best of luck with your little fur baby.


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