Her tongue is dry. They put him on an oral antibiotic and an anti nausea because he kept gagging, but I feel like I need a second opinion.
Boots may have mild asthma, or a polyp, or congestion in his upper airways, among other conditions. Just grooms and plays. They do it often, and they do it well.
Without examining Petey, I'm not sure that I can comment on whether his breathing is normal or abnormal, but kittens are susceptible to upper respiratory infections that may be causing him to breathe faster and be a little congested.
Her breathing seems fine but occasionally it is load and raspy. My cat has started to make this noise that sounds like a squeeky toy.
She does not seem to be lethargic, in pain, or having difficult of breathing. Steroids carry a moderate risk of side effects and will generally not be prescribed to cats that have poor immune function.
There are various causes of wheezing in cats which may include pain, airway obstruction, infection, foreign objects, asthma, allergies among other causes; keep an eye on Bella and ensure that she is drinking, eating and doing her business. Mucus is coming out of his nose.
Second, his breathing sounds labored, I can see him breathe heavily and when he's trying to get out of my arms I can clearly hear he's out of breath just by doing the simplest tasks like jumping around.
You could try giving some cetirizine at 5mg per day to see if the cause is due to allergies and allowing Mini to stay in the bathroom to breathe in the humid air when you have a shower which may help loosen stuff up. He plays well, sleeps well and eat and drinks well.
I have two kitten aged 5. But I am not sure.
We thought he would be weak enough to catch and take to a vet but he fought like the devil. Some animals will be able to lead a normal life, even if noisy breathing is never cured. Add a comment to Zoey's experience.