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PostPosted: Tue Aug 15, 2017 8:44 pm 
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Hi, new to these forums, I got my bengal about two months ago, and since we picked him up he's always sneezed in the mornings and had minimal dischage, so little you can only feel it and not see it. His nose also seems to crust over a bit in the mornings as well. His nose clears and the sneezing stops in the afternoon/evening.

So far my vet has taken a wait and see approach about it, and that in general he seems perfectly healthy.

Curious anyone seen or delt with something similar?

For reference my Kuja is a 5mo old lynx point bengal.
I've also seen online that when they are young the nose can crust over due to difficulties with the color changing.

Also I mean the part of the nose near the nostrils not on the leather.

Thanks in advance and I'm happy to have found these forums.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 21, 2017 11:14 pm 
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The most likely explanation is allergies, herpes or calicivirus. All of which you can do little about.

While sneezing isn't great without a colored discharge or other symptoms like diaheria or change in behavior, just wait like your vet suggests. If you can weigh him weekly to make sure he is gaining weight.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2017 3:03 pm 
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Yeah, I haven't noticed any other symptoms at all.
Not so much weekly, but he's been getting weighed monthly at the vet and he's defiantly gaining.
6-10-17 - 3.4 lbs
7-9-17 - 5.2 lbs
8-20-17 - 8.0 lbs


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2017 3:48 pm 
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My goodness, your baby is growing!!!!! I agree it could be allergies -- and may be something around your home or the area your cat is in overnight and early morning. Your vet is your best source of information.


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