2-3 month Kitten has black in his nose
A little history: We saved four kittens we found in a car, i kept two of them. Now, we believe they are around 3 months. I took them all to the vet and they have had their first round of shots and second round of deworming. At the start the vet thought they were older then they were and gave them some antibiotics for diarrhea and they became VERY sick, i had to have fluid injected into my girl she got so sick.
I took them off of the antibiotic and they became fine. I assume they were just adjusting to the fancy feast (being they never had food be4) and or when i had the first round of deworming it was too soon for them. But since i brought the male home he always had black stuff in his nose. I thought at first it was transmission fluid because the rusted out car we found him in he ran into the transmission hiding from us.
But every time i clean out his nose it comes back, he was sneezing but has stopped sneezing as much. Its like a hard black crust that forms on the inside of his nose, like he has black boogers or something.
The lady that took the two other cats had them tested for kitty AIDS and the other thing they need to be tested for and they are fine. I have had my two kittens (poop tested, and tested for a few other things) they will get their kitty AIDS test when i'm done with their shots i've spent alot of money already.
Question: The vet told me my kittens problem could be an UPI but said he is so young that his body can grow to fight it off. Is this true? Because I read those infections can kill kittens. PLEASE help. Is this safe to wait 2 or 3 months to see if it stops? He is fine otherwise and is a typical kitten, I just donít want him getting sick. Please help and let me know. Thank you in advance.