Why is my cat’s breathing noisy? All About Nasopharyngeal Polyps

The cat is examined by the veterinarian. Vet lights up with the slit lamp in the eye of the pet.

Noisy breathing is common in cats. It can result from a variety of conditions, including: an upper respiratory infection, a sinus infection (from dental disease or a nasal foreign body), a tumor in the nose, nasopharyngeal stenosis (a narrowing of the back of the throat) or a nasopharyngeal polyp. Today’s blogpost details feline nasopharyngeal polyps.

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