I know this question has been asked

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Registered: 10-24-2002
I know this question has been asked
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Mon, 03-31-2003 - 5:42pm
but I forget what the answers were. So I ask again: Are cat's noses supposed to dry and warm? I find that with my two and depending on what they are doing their noses are either cold and wet or warm and dry.

When either of them are playing or into a hissy fit their noses seem to cold and wet, but when they wake up for a nap or a good sound sleep, their noses are warm and dry.

Anyway, just a question about a cats' noses.

Patrick (sammycat2002)

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Registered: 03-19-2003
Mon, 03-31-2003 - 7:02pm
It's an old wives tale about cats noses - it makes no difference whether they are cold and wet or warm and dry. It doesn't mean they are sick in any way if they are dry.

I hope this helps!

Cat

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Mon, 03-31-2003 - 7:41pm
I think as long as they aren't acting sick either way is OK. My kitties noses are mostly cool and wet most of the time. I think Cl-Cat answered this a while back, but I can't remember what she said. CRS disease again! LOL

Hugs,

Leslie (cl-lcni)


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Tue, 04-01-2003 - 12:57pm
Thanks Cat and Leslie, I didn't think it was anything that I need worry about. By the way, what is CRS?