Cat Health & Medical Problems : Cat Health: Upper Respiratory Infections

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Cats with upper respiratory infections will often sneeze and have nose and eye discharge. Learn more about upper respiratory infection symptoms and treatments in cats with tips from a veterinarian in this free cat healthvideo. Expert: Tracy Carreiro Bio: Tracy Carreiro is member of The Faxon Animal Rescue League. The League was founded in 1913 to help overworked and abused draft horses. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

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  1. sniprzkitty says:

    expert cat wrangler at work…

  2. gladheateher4now says:

    Hi, well my cat, i think got a claw from another cat to the eye. Its not noticable but its a little puffy and weeping. can you sugest something to me / do i get eye antibiotics for people and put a drop in ?

  3. kaine180 says:

    lol that cats awsome, cute…. my cats left eye been watering and she has been squinting alot, do you think i should take her to the vet, buy some eye drops or just leave it and see if it sorts its self out ?