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My cat has been sneezing and having nasal discharge for a month now. She has no other symptoms. She plays,she eats well. Just sneezes and has nasal drainage. Her eyes are good. No swollen or runny eyes. Is this allergies? I noticed she usually only sneezes when her nose touches objects or she sniffs. Sometimes mucous comes out with the sneeze.
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Sounds like an upper-respitory infection. I recommend a vet visits cause if that is what it is...it 'can' get serious.
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Hi there,

Welcome to the cat community forum. I see you joined Med help recently.
I agree with AKC_75.  The fact that the sneezing has lasted a month and that there is sometimes mucus when she sneezes makes me suspect an
upper-respiratory infection. I would take your fur baby to her vet so your
vet can examine her and make sure it isn't an upper respiratory infection
which she will need medication to clear it up. Our second cat had an upper respiratory infection and she needed veterinary medicine to clear it up.
We are all pet parents here on this forum and we all attempt to help each other with our kitties often with much success.  I wish you and your kitty
well.  Eve ( one of Sammy the cat's care givers and his mom )
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What can you do if you don't have the money for a vet?
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