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The word “rabies” alone scares many people, and for a good reason! This viral disease kills millions of pets worldwide and almost 50.000 humans every year. It’s not just dogs who can get it. Rabies in cats has been reported in almost all states. Fortunately, it’s completely preventable. It’s important for cat owners to know the signs of rabies. Keep reading to know what they are and what you can do to protect Mittens from it!
A cat sneezing here and there is no big deal. It’s cute, even! But if Mittens is constantly sneezing and has watery eyes and a runny nose, it may be cause for concern. Excitement, seasonal allergies, and upper respiratory infections can all be behind those seemingly adorable kitty sneezes. Keep reading to find out what has your kitten’s nose all over the place.