Hi, I brought home my Persian kitten 12 days ago (he is soon 16 weeks old).
He has since sneezed a lot, sometimes there can be many sneezes on the rake.
It also flows from the eyes and nose, I know this is common for Persians but when it eats my first I’m not sure if it should be this much?
The nose is sort of filled with “crows” and around the eyes it turns yellow, I have washed with water but now started with table salt instead.
He also licks his nose a lot and like chewing even though he does not chew on anything, feels a bit like a strange tick?
In my opinion, he is still alert and eats and drinks regularly, however, sneezing and snoring seem to be difficult for him.
Looked in the ears now too and there I saw several small brown spots, but can an indoor cat get ear scabies? He does not scratch about them or so.
What can it be? Thanks for the help!
Hope your cat is well now!
Indoor cats can get ear infections if they meet other cats that infect them. However, black spots can be ear wax or signs of ear inflammation as well.
Unfortunately, Persian cats have a lot of problems with watery eyes. They are also more susceptible to colds.
In your description, it sounds like the problems are a bit too big and I would recommend that you check your cat with a veterinarian.
To dissolve mucus and strings, you can drip saline drops into the nostrils 2 times / day.