- Needs a veterinary appointment within 12 hours.
- If it is after hours, closely monitor your cat.
- If your cat’s condition worsens, seek emergency care.
- If symptoms change, repeat and revise the Symptom Checker.
- Swelling in your cat’s face can be caused by different things (e.g. allergies, dental issues).
- Some questions to prepare for:
- How quickly did your cat’s face swell up?
- Has this happened before?
- Are there any other symptoms?
- Your cat may need:
- Treatment such as anti-inflammatories or fluids