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Tuesday 19th of September 2017



Coughing

Below you will find groups of cat symptoms that include Coughing.
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Ascites

Possible Symptoms Of Ascites

Abdominal Pain
Abdominal Swelling
Breathing Difficulty
Coughing
Diarrhea
Fever
Lethargy
Vomiting

View Information - - ascites


Aspiration Pneumonia

Possible Symptoms Of Aspiration Pneumonia

Breathing Difficulty
Congestion
Coughing
Fever
Milk Flowing Out Of The Nose

View Information - - aspiration pneumonia


Cryptococcosis

Possible Symptoms Of Cryptococcosis

Bloody Nasal Discharge
Confusion
Coughing
Head Tilting
Nasal Discharge
Pink Colored Polyps Protruding Form The Nose
Poor Coordination
Sneezing
Sniffling
Swelling Over The Bridge Of The Nose
Walking In Circles
Weight Loss

View Information - - cryptococcosis


Dilated Cardiomyopathy

Possible Symptoms Of Dilated Cardiomyopathy

Abdominal Swelling
Appetite Loss
Breathing Difficulty
Collapse
Coughing
Intolerance To Exercise
Lethargy
Low Body Temperature
Pain In The Back Of The Legs
Sudden Onset Of Paralysis
Weakness
Weight Loss

View Information - - dilated cardiomyopathy


Feline Asthma

Possible Symptoms Of Feline Asthma

Bluish Mucous Membranes
Breathing Difficulty
Coughing
Hunch Down On Chest While Straining To Breath
Wheezing

View Information - - feline asthma


Feline Chlamydiosis

Possible Symptoms Of Feline Chlamydiosis

Abnormal Eye Discharge
Appetite Loss
Breathing Difficulty
Coughing
Sneezing
Watery Eyes

View Information - - feline chlamydiosis


Foreign Object In Throat

Possible Symptoms Of Foreign Object In Throat

Act As Though There Is Something In The Throat
Blue Tongue
Breathing Difficulty
Chest Pushed Out And Head Extended To Get More Air
Choking
Coughing
Distress
Gagging
Pawing At Mouth
Unconsciousness

View Information - - foreign object in throat


Heartworm

Possible Symptoms Of Heartworm

Blood In The Sputum
Coughing
Lethargy
Weight Loss

View Information - - heartworm


Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Possible Symptoms Of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Appetite Loss
Breathing Difficulty
Coughing
Inability To Use One Or More Limbs
Lethargy
Odd Posture
Rapid Breathing
Weight Loss

View Information - - hypertrophic cardiomyopathy


Pharyngitis

Possible Symptoms Of Pharyngitis

Appetite Loss
Breathing Difficulty
Coughing
Fever
Gagging
Pain When Swallowing
Sore Throat
Vomiting

View Information - - pharyngitis


Plague

Possible Symptoms Of Plague

Appetite Loss
Breathing Difficulties
Coughing
Dehydration
Depression
Fever
Lethargy
Swollen Lymph Nodes
Ulcers In The Mouth

View Information - - plague


Rabies

Possible Symptoms Of Rabies

Agitation
Avoids Light
Convulsions
Coughing
Drooling
Irritable
Muscle Spasms
Personality Changes
Reclusive
Staggering
Stares Blankly

View Information - - rabies


Rhinotracheitis

Possible Symptoms Of Rhinotracheitis

Appetite With Weight Loss
Coughing
Eye Discharge
Fever
Nasal Discharge
Sneezing

View Information - - rhinotracheitis


Roundworms

Possible Symptoms Of Roundworms

Coughing
Diarrhea
Pot-bellied Look
Thin Appearance
Vomiting

View Information - - roundworms


Tonsillitis

Possible Symptoms Of Tonsillitis

Appetite Loss
Coughing
Fever
Gagging
Pain When Swallowing
Vomiting

View Information - - tonsillitis


Toxoplasmosis

Possible Symptoms Of Toxoplasmosis

Abdominal Swelling
Appetite Loss
Coughing
Diarrhea
Lethargy
Rapid Breathing

View Information - - toxoplasmosis


Tuberculosis

Possible Symptoms Of Tuberculosis

Blood In The Sputum
Breathing Difficulty
Coughing
Lumps That Do Not Heal
Sores That Drain
Swollen Lymph Nodes Under The Chin

View Information - - tuberculosis




Remember, this information is for reference only. Always contact your vet or pet profesional for advice.


 






The information contained on this site is for the sole purpose of being informative and is not and should not be used or relied upon as medical advice.
Seek the advice of your vet or other qualified pet care provider before you decide on any treatment or for answers to any questions you may have regarding a feline medical symptom or medical condition.



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