Hi folks! About two years ago we started noticing this little black and white feral in our backyard. Long story short, we left food out for it on our side porch, built it a shelter, and it gradually took up residence on our porch. For a year or so it would run if we came too near but it gradually warmed up to us around January of this year and started coming inside and spending the night (amazing how cold and snow can help to convince a friendly-but-cautious feral to come inside ). From the beginning she's had a runny and stuffy nose. We got her to the vet in the spring for vaccinations, a check-up, and meds and they did two rounds of different antibiotics, but it didn't do much and she's gotten particualrly snotty and congested over the last week or so. We're leaving town on Wednesday for a couple of weeks and taking her into the vet first thing when we get back, but I'm just wondering...a year-long URI? Does such a thing happen? She is constantly congested, sneezes a ton, and shoots thick brown and green snot all over the place - cleaning up her snot costs us a small fortune in paper towels and 409. Otherwise, she's fine. She eats well, drinks water, plays, sleeps, demands to go outside and runs all over the yard. But she just sounds horrible, and always has. I've never had a cat with this kind of issue, but I've also never adopted a stray, or perhaps more accurately, been adopted by a stray. Any thoughts? Thanks!