Feline Bronchitis

In cases that are unfavorable, the infection starts around the nose and pharynx. After it passes to the bronchus, passing through the larynx and end in the lungs. Cats also cough when they have bronchitis. However, cough sounds more acute and provokes the expulsion of the bothersome phlegm’s. These do not become detached so easily as in laryngitis, unless the animal also endures it. 

Bronchitis treatment is very important taking all the actions we have talked about before. After, it is a question of giving up the pertinacious phlegm’s, present almost always in the bronchi, and to help its expulsion. This can be obtained by a preparation against phlegm’s, that cats should take voluntarily. A domestic remedy is also milk with honey, in which can also be added to the medicine to dissolve phlegm’s. Coughing is useful in these situations because it helps clear out the lungs. If cats would allow the inhalation technique, bronchitis will be a forgotten matter. In cases of bronchitis, fever will be moderately high, if it appears. An increase of temperature will indicate it is getting worse and in most cases, even a pneumonia can occur, being this dangerous for cats. 

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