Respiratory rate is msot important when taken at rest, and not dreaming. If
my cats go above thirty, it's usually a sign that fluid is building up and
that's when I treat them. SOme just get an extra frucimide if they are on
lower diuretics, but the ones with heart failure, I`d contact the
cardiologist and have them listened to at my vet.
They have been known to get temperatures with infections and this pushed
the rate up, but a quick vet visit reassured me. Is you cat on any diuretics
at all and what dose?
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