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Q. A stray cat came to my house, it's afraid and skittish. It's outside, has a runny nose/sneezes. I can't catch 4 a trip to a Vet. What can I get 4 it

A. There is nothing you can give it without being able to take it to the vet. Contact some local cat and welfare trusts. They often have cat traps to catch them to allow them veterinary treatment.

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JULIA HENWOOD

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