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Asthma cough in cat Remedy?

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Who moderates it ?

Our 2 yr old CAT has had an asthma cough since he was very young.

He has great energy, no breathing probs or heart prob. it seems.
Has had diagnosis asthma due to lung wash high eosinophils.

HAve used many supplements and wanting to use homeopathic.

He used to have very raspy phlegmy cough but last few months is much drier. He may cough once a day for 20 seconds for a few days or no cough for a few days.
It seems allergic and he coughed over the heat vent when we turned on the furnace for first time.
He seems to react to dairy products a few hours later.
He seems to not like damp weather.
He often coughs in morning after sleeping on our bed or under the covers; we now wash sheets and a cover sheet in hot water unscented deterg.

He loves warmth and being cozy.
He is happy, alert and interactive.
Very confident and active, very loving.

But never sure ?? of what is trigger really; he just suddenly lowers his head and does this cough thing then he is fine. HAve spent much time also trying to observe possible triggers.

Thanks so much again for reading. Various vets and homeopathic vets all different and sep visits and charges. At a loss right now !

Lynne
Toronto ON Can.area
 
  CatNap on 2005-11-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
My unprofessional suggestion is to read up on phosphorus. Sounds like a phosphorus kitty.
 
Daisy43 last decade

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