Cat Snot-- what would you do?

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    Good day ! Justin, you must try this kind of treatment for your cat this is a simple advise for me. You can use a humidifier can sometimes loosen nasal mucus, making it easier to drain. Chronic inflammation is rarely curable but it can be treated on an ongoing basis. If there is a bacterial infection present, antibiotics are the first course of action. Otherwise, medication will be prescribed to treat the underlying cause for the inflammation.

    Hope that your cat will be okay !
     
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    Good day ! Justin you must try this kind of treatment, The use of a humidifier can sometimes loosen nasal mucus, making it easier to drain. Chronic inflammation is rarely curable but it can be treated on an ongoing basis. If there is a bacterial infection present, antibiotics are the first course of action. Otherwise, medication will be prescribed to treat the underlying cause for the inflammation.


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    Probably a little late to reply to the thread, but for getting dried cat snot off of surfaces, I've had excellent success with baby wipes. My black cat has allergies and explodes with boogers every spring, so we've had to try out a dozen different ways to clean up his mess.
     

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