Re: [FH] Purring Sound
- Hi Lynda
I`m not sure what that means. She may have an upper respiratory infection.
Has she been sneezing at all recently? My Tess used to wet purr when she
had a cold. Usually needed antibiotics for the secondary infection. My Trixi
snorts all the time, she's had chronic calici virus all her life and
constantly snorts when she has an episode.
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