Oh no, that sounds like a tricky situation! It’s understandable that you’re worried about the tiny kitten.
It might be best to take her to the vet to have the larvae removed. In the meantime, you can try using a saline solution to flush the larvae out, but it’s important to make sure you use a gentle approach so as not to further irritate the kitten’s nose.
It’s also a good idea to monitor the kitten’s breathing and behavior to make sure the larvae are not causing an obstruction that could be dangerous.
I hope the vet can help the kitten out soon!
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