I have an 11 year old male, neutered kitty (on of 10 rescues I have)that started sneezing 2-3 days ago and his right eye periodically looks weepy. He is, as they all are, an indoor kitty. He is eating, not a lot, but I am worried. Since I am retired and on a fixed income I can’t run to the vet with any little thing like I used to when working. But if you think I should, I will. Thank you Dr. Brown. Sande
Answer from Dr. Gaylord Brown:
A respiratory infection that is affecting the appetite definitely bears investigation. At the very least this infection may be causing a fever and need antibiotics. At worst this may be signs of a more serious infection, such as FIP. A visit to your veterinarian is definitely warranted.
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