1. Kitcough

Kitcough

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Kitcough
Overall:

Kitcough is most common in kits but is not limited to them. This very mild infection that elevates into more dangerous infections such as Whitecough or Greencough. Symptoms include dry coughing and Congestion.

Notes:

This ailment is contagious via contact with the sick cat.

Related Herbs: Broom, Caraway, Catnip, Chickweed, Feverfew, Honey, Horsetail, Juniper, Little Daisy, Mallow, Poppy, Tansy, Thyme, Mint,
Related Symptoms: Congestion, Cough, Sore Throat,
Mild Cases
Details:
Duration: 1-3 days following treatment, if caught very early
Treatment:
  • Ensure the cat drinks plenty, and continues to eat well. If the patient looses appetite it is advisable to switch to treatments oriented for Greencough.
  • Coughing and/or Congestion should be treated with herbs as appropriate.
  • All treatments should be continued while symptoms last.
Residual Effects:

Weakness and Poor condition for approximately 2 days.

Complications:

None

Moderate Cases
Details:
Duration: 2-4 days following the start of treatment
Treatment:

As per mild case instructions

Residual Effects:

Weakness and Poor condition for approximately 3 days.
Temporary predisposition for follow-up respiratory problems for approximately quarter moon.

Complications:

None

Severe Cases
Details:
Duration: 4-5 days following the start of treatment
Treatment:

As per mild case instructions

Residual Effects:

Weakness and Poor condition for approximately 4 days.
Temporary predisposition for follow-up respiratory problems for approximately half moon.

Complications:

In the very young or very old additional infections are likely.