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Respiratory (cat)

Respiratory distress will often manifest in cats as eye problems, runny nose, wheezing, coughing and sneezing. Cats are especially prone to respiratory problems since a cat’s system will expel toxins through the lungs, whereas a dog will process primarily through the skin. A cat develops respiratory issues from its environment as well as from infections (allergies, herpes, calici, cold). Stress will aggravate these conditions. Remember that all clay litter produces bentonite dust which will irritate the respiratory system and get worse as long as it is used. For assistance click our consultation box.

Respiratory distress will often manifest in cats as eye problems, runny nose, wheezing, coughing and sneezing. Cats are especially prone to respiratory problems since a cat’s system will expel toxins through the lungs, whereas a dog will process primarily through the skin. A cat develops respiratory issues from its environment as well as from infections (allergies, herpes, calici, cold). Stress will aggravate these conditions. Remember that all clay litter produces bentonite dust which will irritate the respiratory system and get worse as long as it is used. For assistance click our consultation box.

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