I'm currently having similar problems with my Sneaker.  His lungs are clear.  
He has had an upper resp. infection for weeks now, months really.  they did a 
culture and found he had a staph infection, but that part is cleared up. He is 
on his 4th round of antibiotics..... the vet thinks it's viral and could be 
herpes.  He hasn't been a ton of help. If anyone has any ideas I would love to 
hear them.

Belinda Sauro <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
This really got my curiosity, my Joey has episodes where his purr 
sounds wet, rumbly and his breathing too, is how I would described it to 
my vet. She has checked his lungs when he is having one of these 
episodes and says his lungs are clear, that it is contained to his 
sinuses. He has never had coughing but I'm curious, can he have asthma 
without coughing. These epsodes don't seem to bother him, they affect 
me more than him, he doesn't seem to notice them at all.


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