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Selection is based on bacterial culture and sensitivity. Mycotic (fungal) pneumonia typically requires long-term (2+ months) with systemic anti-fungal medication. Supportive care such as a nebuliser or oxygen therapy if the cat is experiencing breathing difficulty. Fluid therapy to correct dehydration.What are the signs of pneumonia in cats?
Symptoms include fever, coughing, runny nose, labored or loud breathing, and a lack of appetite. If your cat comes down with pneumonia, medications to treat the underlying cause and supportive care are usually recommended. Keeping your cat current on vaccinations and in general good health is the best prevention for this disease.What is the best medication for pneumonia?
An antibiotic such as amoxicillin is prescribed when pneumonia is suspected. Once pneumonia is diagnosed, it's best to start treatment within four hours. Infection with a germ (bacterial infection) is a common cause and antibiotics kill bacteria. Amoxicillin is usually effective against the most common causes.