I know a dog that has that condition and as long as she doesn't get overheated and is not overly rambunctious she is fine. When she does get overheated or excited she has trouble breathing and her owner is 'right on it' and does what needs to be done to get her calmed down.
Think 'narrowed windpipe' and you'll have an idea of the problem. Below are some sites you could visit so you have a good understanding of the situation and what to expect. Each animal will be different. You know you cat so you will be the person who can best tell when she is in distress. My best wishes.....
Tracheal collapse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tracheal collapse is a condition characterized by incomplete formation or weakening of the cartilagenous rings of the trachea resulting in flattening of the trachea.
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“Trachea” is the scientific name for the windpipe, the tube that connects the nose, mouth, and throat to the lungs. The trachea is meant to be a fairly rigid tube.
Tracheal Collapse in Dogs: Signs, Causes, and Treatment
WebMD discusses warning signs and treatment of tracheal collapse in dogs.
Tracheal Collapse - Dogs, Cats, Pets, Horses, Animal Care Jobs
(Source: Ultrasonographic evaluation of tracheal collapse in dogs. Kidong Eom et al.) Related Conditions. Achondroplasia; Acromegaly; Ankylosing ...
Marli's Chi's - AKC Longcoat Chihuahuas . of San Jose, California . Tracheal Collapse. Tracheal collapse is a condition in which the trachea partially collapses
Trachea is the scientific name for the windpipe, the tube that connects the nose, mouth, and throat to the lungs. The trachea is meant to be a fairly rigid tube.
love cats.... very sensitive to my pet's health...understand your concern