Why is My CAT CHOKING? ๐Ÿฑโš ๏ธ (5 Causes and Treatment)

๐Ÿˆ Your cat may be walking around happily one minute and choking quite severely the next. AnimalWised explains why is my CAT CHOKING? We look at the main causes and treatment of choking in cats since it can lead to asphyxiation and, ultimately, death. Knowing what to do when your cat chokes, but isn’t vomiting, could be of the greatest importance to their health and wellbeing.

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Cats don't only choke because they've Eaten something they shouldn't animal Wise explains the main reasons why your Cat is choking and what to do about them [Music] Upper respiratory tract infections these Types of infection are characterized as Being highly contagious as they can be Easily transmitted through secretions They are common in young kittens but can Also affect cats with leukemia or some Type of immunodeficiency stressful Situations can exacerbate the issue such As living in a Cattery or as the result Of a surgical operation or illness these Infections usually result in discharge From the nose and eyes with sneezing Fever lethargy or weight loss loss of Appetite is common because their sense Of smell is affected and mouth ulcers Can make eating difficult upper Respiratory tract infections can cause The cat to cough with a choking Sensation and to leave their tongue Hanging out to try to improve Respiration the sooner treatment Begins The better the chance of recovery if Left untreated these cats can end up Dying it's essential to take the cat to The vet as soon as possible Feline asthmatic syndrome asthma Produces bronchoconstriction that causes Labored breathing choking or other Breathing difficulties it can also be

Accompanied by fever lethargy and Anorexia either due to secondary Bacterial infections or due to choking And coughing that make it difficult to Ingest both liquids and solids treatment Will depend on the severity and the Frequency of the symptoms and as always Should be prescribed by the veterinarian Antibiotics may be necessary to treat Secondary bacterial infections if you Enjoy our content at animal wise Consider giving a super thanks to help Our Channel grow Cough vomit and hairballs sometimes Intense coughing fits in which the cat Seems to be choking can cause vomiting These episodes should not be confused With wretching intended to expel Hairballs for cats eliminating trapped Hair is normal not pathological this Means it's not a symptom of disease in This case we can facilitate the Expulsion of hairballs by supplying them With products such as malt paste which Helps digestive Transit if our cat is Choking and gagging they wretch but do Not vomit or we see that the cat gags When drinking water we should consult Our veterinarian we share a video above In which we explain how to eliminate Hairballs at home Heat stroke we know that the normal Temperature of cats varies between 38 And 39.2 degrees Celsius or 100.4 and

102.5 degrees Fahrenheit so any Temperature higher than this puts their Health at risk although the main cause Of heat stroke is prolonged exposure to Hot temperatures per hydration or Locking the cat in a confined space can Be contributing factors if we notice the Cat is coughing and choking they may be Suffering from heat stroke symptoms are Excessive salivation Tremors staggering And weakness in this situation the most Important thing is to go to the vet Immediately but it's also good to Consider some first aid for example We'll have to take them to a cool place And apply cloths with fresh water among Other recommendations to know what these Recommendations are check out the next Info video above Hypertrophy in cats it is the most Common cardiac disease in cats and Causes many deficiencies in our cat's Circulatory system although some of our Cats may be asymptomatic when symptoms Of hypertrophy do appear they can Include open mouth breathing labor Breathing lack of appetite apathy Depression and rigid paralysis in this Case we'll also have to take our cat to The vet so a professional can make a Suitable diagnosis if you want to Continue learning about cat diseases and Veterinary advice don't miss the Playlist We Share here do you have an

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