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  1. Aurelia says:

    What can i give my kitty for a stuffy nose and sneezing you know its funny i have a kitty Either way, make sure you can take your cat to the vet.

  2. Nell says:

    I wouldnt normally advise this, but since u have a baby on the way, I think that it might not be such a bad idea to put Mini to sleep. The cat has exhibited violence in certain situations and is mentally ill(possibly unpredictable). I dont know if shes be capable of attacking anyone or anything for territorial reasons, if the cat wasnt approached, but thats one concern. The second, likely more probable issue is that the cat does act out violently, when approached. This means that if your young child were to approach the cat, the child could get seriously clawed( even multiple times, due to the poor reflexes of little children). The cat might not be so afraid of the child and therefore might not run away when approached(as she might do with u). She could however get freaked out once the child is already close. Basically, it seems that youll have to get rid of the cat sooner or later. Sooner is probably better. Lets say that somehow u keep your child away from the cat until the child is 4 years old. Still theres a reasonably big chance that the child could get seriously hurt by the cat. and even if not so seriously, I dont think that its worth the risk. If not for the child, Id be fully supportive of keeping the cat around and trying somehow get her past this, or just trying to make her life as comfortable as possible. If u put the cat to sleep, just try not to blame the child. Blame me and Frank.

  3. Jonelle says:

    What medicine would you give to started off sneezing and now a 6 month old that has a runny nose/stuffy nose? Yesterday my daughter started sneezing all day long. Last night h

  4. Sharice says:

    When a cat has a stuffy nose, it is most often due to an upper-respiratory infection. In most instances, an upper-respiratory infection in a cat is equivalent to a common cold in people. This kind of infection can be treated safely at home,… More:http://www.ehow.com/how_5618730_clean-stuffy-cat-nose.html

  5. Charis says:

    Most often when a cat has a stuffy nose, the animal has an upper respiratory infection or allergy. In most instances, it is safe to treat the condition at home. If your cat doesn’t respond to home care, however, or the symptoms of the illne… More:http://www.ehow.com/how_5640123_clear-cat_s-stuffy-nose.html

  6. Shemika says:

    I think that to cure a cat that lives outside that is sick (has a cold and or stuffy nose) is to see a vet or to do it by yourself . Now I am just guessing and I am 9,so I think you should read all the others 1st before you read mine. I thi… More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_can_you_cure_your_cats_stuffy_nose

  7. Ruth says:

    Jul 4, 2009 My cat has a very stuffy nose. Its so bad she can’… I really hope she makes it long enough till you can take her to the vet. I love cats, and

  8. Priscilla says:

    Be sure your cat is drinking enough water. Drinking fluids is difficult with a stuffy nose, and cats have a low thirst drive. You can give your cat 2 cc of water from a Detail:http://www.ehow.com/way_5127645_home-remedies-cats-stuffy-nose.html

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