How to Treat an Injured Cat : Prevent & Diagnose Upper Respiratory Viruses in Your Cat

How to Treat an Injured Cat : Prevent & Diagnose Upper Respiratory Viruses in Your Cat

Eye and nose discharge are two symptoms cats exhibit when they have an upper respiratory infection. Learn more in this free video.

Expert: Dr. Greg McDonald
Bio: Dr. Greg McDonald earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ohio State University in 1979.
Filmmaker: Diana Bacon

12 Comments

  1. 🙁 I am sorry for your loss. If you ever have the heart to get another one, I am a breeder and have studied cats for my whole life. I would be glad to give you any help/advice I can.

  2. Thank you so much for the info , The best video ever , Thank again DR . My cat is instate of a cold but not yet bad , I will take her to the vet right away , But , Mean time I make sure she is comfortable .

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