It wasn’t until after my fiancé and I adopted two cats from PAWS Chicago that we started hearing the sneezes. Sure, we thought it was cute at first—a tiny kitten making pfft! noises and sniffling melted our hearts. Several days in, we realized the smaller of the two, Foxy, had less energy than the day we brought her home. She cuddled with us but didn’t do much else. Then, we saw the snot. (Cue the scary music.) It was time to call the vet.
Cats sneeze for a whole host of reasons. Here’s how to know when to bring in the meds.