Feline Pneumonia and Tuberculosis

Pneumonia
An inflammation of the lungs always constitutes a serious risk of death. Cats seem to be very sick. Fever increases and the animal looses appetite. Tiresome breathing calls our attention, although cough can be absent. treatment should be done by a veterinarian. Bacteria fight resorting to antibiotics, which will be provided in combination with specific combinations to dissolve phlegm’s. It is very important to do later domestic treatment that the veterinarian advises. It is vital we follow with accuracy indications. The most frequent mistake is to interrupt treatment too soon. In such cases, it might have a relapse, especially when dealing with pneumonia. There exist a special type of pneumonia that has a serious development. It appears almost always because of forced and inappropriate nourishment. When the animal chokes, food remains can go directly to the lungs. 

This provokes the so-called pneumonia because of foreign bodies. Local inflammation of lungs will not cede while there is a constant supply of pathogenic agents. In such cases, a sweet and rotten breath is characteristic. treatment consists of a massive supply of antibiotics. In some cases lung operation is appropriate. However, perspectives of complete treatment are always doubtful. 

Tuberculosis 
The most important source of contagion of tuberculosis is humans. Cats can get it with person’s expectorations and become ill. Humans getting infected from cats are very improbable since they don’t release spit, but slurp it in. Transmission would only be possible by having a very close contact with the animal. If someone gets scared because their cat has a hollow cough and becomes thinner, you can assure with a tuberculina test. It is necessary to protect cats from tubercular persons and not the other way around. 

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