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My cat is breathing heavily with her mouth open, kind of like if she was panting. She just lays there but has moved arou


Asked by Member 537924 on Nov 28th 2007 in Illness & Disease
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Mickey (Angel Dreamboat #22)

Please take your cat to a vet or emergency clinic immediately! Cats should never breath with their mouths open, your cat is in respiratory distress and needs immediate treatment.


Mickey (Angel Dreamboat #22) answered on 11/29/07. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


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I agree with Mickey, your cat really needs to me seen. There are many things that can be going on, and almost all of them are extremely serious and need immediate attention. It could be asthma, heart disease, or even a saddle thrombus. I hope that she has been checked out by now.


Echo answered on 12/7/07. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer