My 2 and 1/2 month little kitten is having trouble breathing. She sounds like an adult with a very very bad cold. Wheezing and snorting. No discharge from nose or eyes. She did have an upper respertory infection before we picked her up from the shelter three weeks ago. That was cleared. She has had one vet visit as a check after the shelter and passed, but did have some of this problem. Sunday I took her back to the vet because it seems to be worse. I fear she has something bad and will die. She sounds like a straw with water in it when trying to breath. The doctor said that infections take a while to clear up.... thats the first dr.. Sundays doctor said it could be herpies and put her on enisyl-f which she loves. I hope its not herpies because I have another cat in the house. I just doubt the herpies because there is no discharge at all from the eyes or nose. What could this be....? I am scared... I do not want to loose this little girl.... but I can hear her suffering. She eats normal, drinks water, goes the bathroom, and runs around the house at breakneck speeds. Already broke to flower pots... normal kitten stuff... Please, any ideas I want this little girl to live. She has another appointment with the vet next Friday for vaccinations... I called the vet again today and he said do not dwell on the herpies thing... it probably is because of the infection she had..... what can I do........
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5/23/07 at 2:35pm