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Asthma in cats

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Asthma in cats

If your cat has a persistent or chronic cough they may have asthma. Asthma is the most common cause of coughing in cats. In many cats the signs are relatively mild but it can also cause life-threatening breathing problems.

Treatment with a nebulizer to administer steroids and/or bronchodilators ©Severine Tasker

What is asthma?

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What are the signs of asthma?

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How will my veterinarian know that my cat has asthma?

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What can my veterinarian do to help my cat?

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