Posted 25 April 2012 - 08:12 AM
See the vet - and make sure he/she takes a proper look up the nose.
What I thought was the flu with my 'Pepsi' - (the black cat in my avatar - 11 years with me) - was given a course of anti-biotics by my young vet.
A couple of days later I happened to look up her nose and saw that it was blocked by some sort of obstruction which was almost hanging out the nostrils.
Took her back to the vets where an elderly vet immediately diagnosed a terminal cancer of the sinuses.
I had her put down.
Be careful of letting young vets fresh out of college dismiss your cat's symptoms as something that can be fixed by a course of anti-biotics.
I'm not saying they're lazy, but I suspect they get into the habit of resorting to the generic that all symptoms are a flu - and the solution is a course of anti-biotics.
I now never tell a vet that I think a problem might be a cold or flu. I don't give them this initial encouragement to fall back on this 'convenient' diagnosis.
Constant sneezing could be caused by some small foreign object lodged up the nose. Grass seeds, etc.
There doesn't seem to be anything systemically wrong with your cats.