This is 71G. 71G is an adorable cat owned by a very committed veterinary nurse. 71G has had chronic intermittent nasal discharge for years. We did a CT scan, rhinoscopy, and biopsies, and diagnosed her with eosinophilic rhinitis (basically, inflammation of the nose secondary to allergies). It took a while to find the right combination of medications for 71G - we tried steroids, cerenia nose drops, antibiotics, etc. She is currently doing very well and is almost weaned off her oral steroids and about to start inhaled steroids. She does have flare ups with the weather changes, but overall she is doing much better.
From left to right: Nino, Newton and Noli 🥰 3 of the last 5 kittens of Ivanna. They look like angels but this litter was the most crazy over the history of Les British du Clos d’Eugenie! 🤫They were playing football with toys and loved figure skating with their cat water bowls all day long 🤷♀️ Very sweet babies ♥️ 2017