My year-old cat, Buddy, has a constantly stuffed-up and runny nose. He sneezes regularly, sometimes having what I call sneeze attacks.
However, if your cat's sneezes are more than occasional or are accompanied by blood or mucus, or if your cat has a concurrent discharge from.
Why Is My Cat Sneezing a Lot? However, if your cat’s sneezing in accompanied by a runny nose and eyes, he might have an upper respiratory infection. Upper respiratory infections can occur in any cat but are most common in kittens or under-vaccinated adults who have had contact.
However, if a cat's sneezing or nasal discharge comes on suddenly, endings in the mucous membranes that line the inside of the nostrils.
An occasional sneeze in a cat is normal and no real cause for alarm. Just as in humans, sneezing in cats is an explosive release of air through.
The surface of the respiratory tract is lined with a mucous membrane, which is the owner (due to the constant sneezing or runny nose and eyes) than to the cat.
No big deal most of the time, since your sneezing cat is snotting on grownup cats of Fluffy, and next thing you know, she's sneezing boogers all over your face.
My cat sneezes all the time - when its bad she shoots gobs of green snot. plays , gains weight like a growing cat but shoots snot everywhere.