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my cat is snezing and his nose is warm. how do i fix this?

it has been chilly and he was probably sitting in the window till i closed it. i am sure its not serious, but can i give him something?

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  • Sandy NenningerSandy Nenninger PlainvilleMember Posts: 1,975
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    No, there is nothing you can give him. Human medications would be toxic to him and there is actually nothing the vet would prescribe unless it is an infection and then they would give you antibiotics. Please keep an eye on the symptoms and if he gets worse, then call your vet. Also make sure he is eating and drinking ok.
  • Kathleen BKathleen B CincinnatiMember Posts: 135
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    I agree with Allie. It could just be temporary sneezing from dust or even allergies. Cat noses go from wet to dry and cold to warm. To reiterate what Allie said, NEVER give your cat human/over the counter medicine unless your vet instructs you.
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