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Possible breathing problems, but vet says my cat is OK?

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Lynx

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Purred: Tue Jul 29, '14 5:57pm PST 
My cat has exactly the same problem as Oblio and I had her to two vets last month and both vets said she is fine.I would really like to find out what the outcome was for Oblio. I am very much concerned my cat is seven years old and does not have any distress problems other than heavy breathing in the chest and stomach area when laying down. In the last week she has been licking her mouth more often than usual. Lynx eats and drinks normally and is always cleaning herself.If anyone could give me any suggestions I would appreciate it.
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