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Runny Nose in Cats


Nasal discharge originates from the nasal cavities, the sinuses, and postnasal area. Other causes can be eye secretions, swallowing disorder, nerve damage in the middle ear, and digestive tract disease that forces secretion into the postnasal area.

Key takeaways:

– Nasal discharge may be thick, watery, or even mucus-like and may contain blood or pus. It may be caused by infection or by chemicals.

– Cats will normally sneeze and have nasal discharge; it becomes a concern when it becomes chronic or severe.

– Diagnosis through rhinoscopy or other appropriate method is carried out before treatment is given.

Treatment will depend on the cause of the discharge. Bacterial infections may need to be treated with antibiotics.

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