My boy Butters has been sneezing for several days-just little quiet, non-productive "fft" sneezes. This am he started to have a little wetter sneezes and damp eyes. All fluid clear-could still be consistent w/allergies. His behavior is completely normal: appetite good, socializing normally w/me and other cats, gets "goofy" attacks like normal, doesn't hide like when a cat is sick. He doesn't look too happy, but I may be projecting. I'm thinking I don't need to take him to the vet (based on previous exp.) unless he starts to cough or if he starts producing yellow or green discharge-is this correct? Next-if it is just allergies, can I do anything to help w/the the sneezing? He does have his own food and water supply in my room so that's pretty segregated from the other 2, just in case. They are not sneezing, by the way, another clue to allergies, I hope. I did try to call my vet this am for guidance but today is his "farm animal/house call day" and I don't trust anyone else.
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