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Nasal discharge in cats

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Nasal discharge in cats

Discharges from the nose can be clear fluid, mucus, pus, blood or a mixture of substances. This discharge can come from the nose itself or from deeper in the respiratory tract, eg the lungs. There are many causes of nasal discharge, all of which require specific treatments, so it is important to get veterinary help as soon as you notice a problem. The outcome for your pet will depend on the cause and the extent of disease when treatment is sought.

Image: Nasal discharge ©Ian Ramsey

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