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Q. My cats are all sneezing and one has a wheeze what can I do I can't afford a vet

Answered By
VANESSA ACOSTA

A. If there is any discharge from the eyes and nose the chances are there is infection and they will need antibiotics. Wheezing can also be a sign of asthma which can be dangerous so try to have at least this pet seen. You can try a cool mist humidifier with some eucalyptus essential oil dilution in the diffuser to try and keep comfortable. Make sure the essential oil is NOT perfume synthetic but therapeutic grade and make sure cats DO NOT drink it. Please ask for a consultation with me if there is ANY confusion or questions about this technique.


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