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FAQ for Cat

smoke inhalation

Signs of smoke inhalation include cherry red gums (carbon monoxide poisoning), eye, mouth or nasal discharge, labored breathing, coughing, singed hair with a smoky odor on the coat.

1. Immediately remove cat from smoke and into fresh air.

This is a life-threatening emergency.

2. Check the cat's ABCs, and perform CPR as needed.

3. Take your cat to a veterinary hospital immediately.

This is a life-threatening emergency. Complications of smoke inhalation can occur 24-48 hours after the incident.


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