My cat has been sneezing for the last week at least once a day, but I have thought nothing of it. Today I can home and one of his eyes looks more watery than usual and the corner of his eye looks a little irritated and red. Should I wait and see if the symptoms clear or worsen or immediately take him to the vet?

  • My cat ended up having an upper respiratory infection, pink eye, and a fever – Hayley Glass Jun 7 at 6:36

I think going to the vet is the right thing to do now.

The cat have been sneezing for a week so this is more than cats normally sneeze.

your cats eyes looks irritated and while this might be normal it have lasted for some time so you need to get it looked at by the vet.

The combination of sneezing and irritated eyes makes me think there might be an allergy or an infection going on.

So get on the phone and get an apointment at your vet and get this looked at.

  • It sounds exactly like an upper respiratory infection with conjunctivitis; going to the vet is the only correct answer. – Allison C May 15 at 13:19

You should go to vet before the condition gets more worsen. Its looking like an indication of some allergic type of reaction. And the redness and irritation is because of that allergens. But in case of problems with vets, without observing the patient no one can say its hundred percent an allergic condition. So its better to visit a doctor

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