Hi, Everyone: I know there are quite a few people here who have cats and I am hoping you can help me. I have three cats and since Thanksgiving, I have had at least one of them sick all the time. Their eyes start running and they often sneeze. We've been to the vets numerous times and he says they have eye infections. So we've been putting drops in their eyes twice a day. The last time, the vet gave us three separate vials of drops thinking that maybe we were re-infecting the cats since they were sharing one vial. I've even washed my hands between giving each cat eye drops. The last time we contacted the vet, he said it is probably an allergic reaction to something in our house. If that's not it, then he suggested we take them to a specialist. I didn't know there were specialists for animals and we can't afford to keep spending money like this (although my cats are like my kids, our finances are tighter these days). My husband and I have racked our brains trying to think of anything new we've brought into the house since Thanksgiving that's irritating to our cats. They are not all affected the same amount. Right now my oldest cat is miserable-looks like she has a bad head cold-sneezing, runny eyes, no energy, runny nose. My other two cats are still receiving eye drops, but look like they are pretty much well again (although we've had this before, and they suddenly got sick again). Sorry this is so long. The only thing we could think of, is that since the cold weather, we've started letting our cats into our garage (with the door closed) to give them another place to play. We also let them out in our screened porch, but we've been doing this for years. Could maybe salt on the floor, gas, oil, etc. be making them sick? Maybe fumes in the garage? I don't use many cleaning products as I'm sensitive to odors and perfumes and haven't used anything new. Also, we haven't had any new furniture or carpet for years. No painting, either. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Ellen P.S. I won't be back on here again until tomorrow.