No discharge and eating normal, drinking might be a little less as we have two fountains for them and they normally favor one over the other but I can see the favored one is not needing filling as often.
Thank you for the additional information.It is possible this is due to something someone has sprayed in the yard, however coughing and sneezing can also be due to viral infections such as the herpes virus, Viral infections are very contagious so I would not be surprised to see this in all of them.As long as they are continuing to eat and not having any other problems there are some things you can try at home to help.I would suggest starting a L lysine supplement . You can get this at any health food store or pet shop. 500mgs per day for 7 days then 250 mgs per day . You can also get this in treat form and one treat contains the daily recommended amount.' Click here for these treats Another possibles could be allergies or a foreign object in the nose You can try over the counter Chlor-Trimeton at a dose of 2-4 mgs once per day if you feel this could be allergies. Click here for more on this To help relieve nasal irritation you can use saline nose drops. We recommend Little Noses for infants. 2-3 drops in each side of the nose twice daily. If they develop any green or yellow discharge from the nose or eyes, stop eating or seem to decline in any way they should be seen by a vet.I hope this helps and they get better soon. Please reply back if you have additional questions or concerns and I will be happy to continueCandy
Thank you so much! I will let you know how this all goes! And crossing my fingers they will all be back to happy sneezless kitties soon!