My cat, who have herpes, may hold a infection, or adjectives cold?
my cat has been displaying questionable symptoms the past few weeks. She sort of act like she is coughing up a hair ball, but she never does and its be going on for weeks. It sounds also as if she is congested when she does this, as if shes trying to cough up not a hairball, but phlegm. She also is sneezing, multiple times in a row. They are not dry sneezes by any mechanism, lots of phlegm comes out. Now she does have herpes type 1, she contracted it while at the pound. So, my question is, is this serious, the vet warned me roughly speaking stuff like this, so should i take her to the vet? or am i overreacting from what the vet warned me just about..
Definetely take her to the vet right away as the vet advised to do so. It might take serious without needed medications. Hope your cat feels better!
Also sounds resembling she has an upper respitory issue and may need either some Clavamox or Vibramycin. Ask your vet also around bronchitis. I have a cat with chronic bronchitis - if it's serious, she may want a special inhaler, or, when you hear her coughing like that, turn on the hot shower and sit in the steamy bathroom with her for, resembling, 15 minutes. It will clear some of that up. It's not fatal, nor is feline herpes with treatment.
I'd be interested to know whether your girl has chronic bronchitis and what the vet says! Give her kitty hugs from me!