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My Cat

My cat has been sneezing for over a year now, her breathing is very heavy and she is a bit down in mood. She is congested. We checked her teeth,we checked for polyps, for herpes etc. I also had a cat scan done. No results. She's pesently on the medications prednisalone and K-gluconatefor for the sneezing. She seems to be getting worse. She sneezes so much that her nose starts to bleed and spray out blood. I was told by the vets that her kidneys are failing so they put her on a low protein diet. She's about 14years old and it breaks my heart to see her so down. She is also on amlodopine for high blood pressure.
I am open to any alternative medications, recommendations and suggestions.

  Theplaza on 2005-10-18
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