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Hi, JACustomer. Thanks for your question.Are you seeing any mucous from her nose or when she sneezes?Is she still eating well?Any thick eye discharge?
Excellent. It sounds like your girl is suffering from allergies. With an infection we often see thick mucous from the nose and eyes, refusal to eat, etc. It sounds like she feels well, aside from the symptoms that she's having.The best OTC antihistamine on the market for cats is Chlorpheniramine. It's available in your pharmacy section at the grocery store near where you'd find benadryl. You can give 1-4mg up to twice daily by mouth to cats and you can give it as often as needed. It usually takes 1-2 days to see vast improvements, so don't give in too soon. Make sure that she continues eating through medication as it can cause some nausea if she stops eating and its still being given.Let me know if I can help you further.
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