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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-02-2010, 01:28 AM Thread Starter
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Question Snoreing? Really?!?

Yes thats right Snoreing! I have a (roughly) 9 month old female Russian Blue and she Snores..

You can hear her across the room, over the TV!

OK so my question is, Concern or Normal?

She has one eye and i think it might have something to do with it, the whole sinus cavity change due to her lack of eye or such.

Any help is apricated.

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I have a snowshoe lookalike (mutt kitty) and she did not snore until after she got ran over by a car. So trauma was what started it for her. So perhaps yours is the same.


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oh ok... so maybe it is just becasue of her eye being missing.

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post #4 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-03-2010, 02:12 AM
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Snoring is not uncommon in cats, but if it's something that has started suddenly and seems excessive, by all means talk to your vet about it.
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My cat snores often, especially when he sleeps with his face smashed into the couch. I wish I had a picture, he looks hilarious when he sleeps like that but it is his favorite position to sleep in. I wouldn't be too concerned like everyone else said, unless it has suddenly started.
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OOh, I think it IS related to her sinus'... My kitty Illusion snores too sometimes..
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Lucky snored, too! I don't think he had any health issues concerning that at all.

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Our cat doesn't snore, but our dog does--very loudly!!!

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Hmmm...kitty Luna snores, but it's really more of a murmur. And if my Pug, Tuff is sleeping in the same room, no WAY would we hear her over his snoring...
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My cat snores, and usually when she's on my bed all curled up either on me or next to me. Or while I'm on my laptop and she's lying with me. She only ever does it lying with me though, lying with mum she doesn't.

My friend's dog snores REALLY loudly. To the point one night I accused my friend of snoring [she said she didn't] and I was surprised to be answered by my "I thought you didn't snore".
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our friends cat gandalf (russian blue) snores too. Ever since he was a kitten. They took him to the vet and said something about his sinus and its nothing to worry about, but he will alwyas snore.

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