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What happens if my cat sneezes on me

If your cat "sneezes" on you, it is not a cold virus. Most cats sneeze when they are very excited or when they have a "sneeze-out," which is when they are sick. Sneezing can also be a symptom of a cold. Sneezing is not contagious to people, but people are likely to catch a cold after being exposed to a cat sneezing. This is because a cat's nose is lined with cilia (tiny hairs that help the cat to breathe) that move bacteria and viruses from the cat's nose into its mouth. Although the virus may be killed by the time it reaches the mouth, it may still be able to cause some cold symptoms. Generally, sneezing is not a big problem, but it can be upsetting for the owner if the sneezing is frequent, if it occurs while the cat is sleeping, or if it occurs in a way that the cat's face is visible. You may want to give a warm washcloth, a blanket, or a cup of hot water to the cat and tell him it is okay to sneeze.

How do cats get colds?

Cats are susceptible to the same viruses that cause colds in people, such as the common cold, the influenza virus, and the respiratory viruses. Cats can also catch a cold from other cats. In fact, it appears that cats and dogs can even catch a cold from each other!

How can I tell if my cat has a cold?

Your cat's presence in your home will generally let you know if he has a cold. A cat that is sneezing, coughing, and having a runny nose is likely to have a cold. A cat that is sleeping a lot and is reluctant to come out of the bedroom and is sneezing may have a cold. A cat that is not eating may have a cold.

Should I take my cat to the veterinarian?

It is always best to call the veterinarian if your cat has a cold or has been exposed to a cold-causing virus. Your veterinarian will be able to tell you the best course of action to take in your cat's case.

What can I do if my cat has a cold?

Your cat's mother can teach you how to make a homemade remedy for your cat's cold. First, give the formula to your cat's mother. Then, when you get sick, your cat's mother will have the remedy ready for you.

Here is a formula for making your own cat's cold remedy:

2 parts boiling water

1 part honey

1 part molasses

The honey and molasses should be warm when you make the formula. Place the ingredients in a pan and warm them up on the stove. Then, give your cat a tablespoon of the mixture every few hours until you feel better.

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