Cats can deal with allergies, too, and you’ll recognize this condition by symptoms such as sneezing, watery eyes, coughing, itchy skin, etc. The most common allergens in cats are plant particles and substances found in food and in the air.
Watery eyes and sneezing in cats can also be a sign of an eye issue, particularly, of conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the front membrane of the cat’s eye – which is called the conjunctiva.
If the results confirm conjunctivitis in the cat, the vet will prescribe an appropriate therapy. Bacterial infection will require an eye ointment or antibiotic drops. In the case of viral infection, the cat will need to take antiviral drugs.