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Hi guys,

Our vet telling us to wait and see if Mr. Black's blocked nose clears. It's been about 8 weeks now, and the blocked nose is causing him to snort and wheeze when he eats, drinks and grooms. He also snores loudly. He has no discharge from the nose, and he otherwise seems healthy.

The vet suggested we could think about getting him a nasal endoscope to diagnose what's causing this. It will require a 2 hour drive to a vet office that offers this procedure, and anaesthetic. He's a regular cat (not flat faced) and hasn't had this problem before (he's 5 years old).

The symptoms began during our preparations for moving back to Vancouver Island. He has major issues with moving boxes as we've had 4 big house moves with the little chap.

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