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Thursday 14th of December 2017


General information on Laryngitis

An inflammation of the mucous membranes of the voice box causes Laryngitis. Excessive meowing and coughing are the most common causes however Laryngitis may also be caused from tonsillitis, throat infections, pneumonia, throat tumors, or trachobronchitis.

Symptoms of Laryngitis

Symptoms of Laryngitis in cats may include a loss of voice and hoarseness.

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Treatments for Laryngitis

Seek the advice of your vet if your cat losses his voice. The vet will want to determine the cause of the Laryngitis and proceed with an appropriate treatment.

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Laryngitis - personal experiences

Laryngitis experience by - Vicki
Plymouth, UK

My 8 year old cat Bailey came in one day as usual for his evening meal and when he meowed at me, nothing came out. He had lost his voice completley! Now he was prone to cat flu as he was born with this as a kitten, so I assumed that he perhaps had a nasty bout of that coming on. Over the next day or so he started coughing up clear flem, especially after rubbing his chin and throat, which he seem to enjoy and soothed him. He was still eating and drinking as normal so I checked out this website to see if it could be something medical or perhaps just a dodgey slug he may have eaten. After seeing the symptoms for Laryngitis I took him straight to the vets, they gave him some antibiotics, so lets hope they do the trick.
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Remember, this information is for reference only. Always contact your vet or pet profesional for advice.


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Seek the advice of your vet or other qualified pet care provider before you decide on any treatment or for answers to any questions you may have regarding a feline medical symptom or medical condition.

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