• My kitten is sneezing more often but doesnt have a runny nose or eyes. I had Lysol spray on the kitchen table and saw it was sprayed on the table. I believe he go into the spray.

    Hi Dametria,
    If the sneezing is just from the Lysol spray it should resolve within 24 hours. The other concern with sprays like this would be if he breathed in the spray and it got into his trachea or lungs or if there was contact with his eyes. If the sneezing has lasted more than a couple of days or if you see any other signs like lethargy, not wanting to eat, eye discharge, coughing, or trouble breathing he should be taken into see a veterinarian as soon as possible. Your vet can talk to you more about the cause of his symptoms and the treatment he needs after they have examined him.

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