But, I think that the chilly has something to do with it. I had some of the windows open to let the fresh air in - ie. the wind. I'll bet that she sat in front of the screen (as she loves to do) and got some allergic reaction to something. I have not heard her sneeze since last night, so I guess she is OK. Hi Lynn,I thought of the heating system because the house I used to live in had gas forced-air heating (no A/C), and when the temperature dropped and the heat came on each season, a certain amount of duct dust got blown out. The cats would sneeze. So would I.But I think your assumption that she likely had a minor allergic reaction to something from the outside air is most reasonable, especially since she hasn't sneezed again.Millicent is a frequent sneezer, due to chronic sinus issues. DH refers to her as "the bio-terrorist" when she goes into her sneezing fits. ;-)Glad your furgirl seems okay today!Cori
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