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What to do if your cat has a cold

Dr. Elizabeth’s Answer:

Cats with upper respiratory infections usually have a runny nose, sneezing and coughing. The cat’s breath may also have a foul odor. Frequent sneezing may cause the cat’s eyes to become red and irritated.

If your cat has a cold, it will be more difficult to keep it hydrated. However, the cat’s body will try to hydrate itself, so it is still important to provide your cat with plenty of water.

How to keep your cat safe when you have company

If your cat is at home, it is safe to leave her alone while you are gone. If you are leaving your cat at a boarding kennel, make sure that the boarding facility has a policy in place for sick cats. If you are leaving your cat at a groomer, make sure that the groomer has a policy in place for sick cats. If you are leaving your cat at the vet, make sure that the vet has a policy in place for sick cats.

How to help your cat when it seems sick

The best way to help your cat when it seems ill is to leave it alone when you are gone. If your cat is at home, provide plenty of fresh water and food, and if your cat seems lethargic, don’t force the cat to walk around. If your cat has a runny nose and sneezing, you can use a saline nasal spray to help clear up the cat’s nose. If your cat has a cough, help your cat to drink a lot of fluids.

How to keep your cat safe when you are on vacation

If you are going to be away for a couple of days, make sure that your cat is microchipped and registered with the microchip company. If you are going to be away for a week or more, the cat should be neutered and the cat should be microchipped.

To make sure that your cat stays safe and healthy, place the cat’s food and water in a secure container – a freezer bag or an empty plastic soda bottle works well. You can also put a soft toy or a couple of treats in the bag or bottle to make the cat feel more secure.

A good way to keep your cat safe when you are on vacation is to take your pet with you. If you are planning to take your cat to a different town or state, make sure that your cat’s vaccinations are up to date before you leave. If you are going to be away for a week or more, you should also bring your cat’s medications with you.

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