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animalpath.org/cat-drooling-excessively-suddenly

Probable causes why a cat is drooling excessively · oral and dental disease · stomatitis · gingivitis · kidney disease · tumors, cancer ·...

www.ssdpetvet.com/why-does-your-cat-keep-drooling

Oct 22, 2018 ... 1. Dental Disease. Perhaps the most common cause of drooling in cats is dental disease. An estimated more than twothirds of cats over the age ...

www.lortsmith.com/need-help-now/cat/sickness/hypersalivation-in-cats

Hypersalivation – cats · WHAT IS IT? Hypersalivation or ptyalism refers to excessive production of saliva, manifested as drooling. · CLINICAL SIGNS. Excess saliva&n...

www.holistapet.com/cat-care/why-drooling

Excessive or abnormal drooling is often a sign of oral and gum disease, but sometimes it can be caused by excessive heat exposure, poison exposure, fear, or ...

trupanion.com/pet-care/why-cats-drool

Often the first areas your vet will examine is your cat's teeth and mouth. Mouth infections, masses, foreign bodies, and abscesses under teeth can cause drooling.

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Sep 20, 2019 ... So when we see our cat drooling excessively, it is understandable we ... If in any doubt when your cat is drooling too much, you will need to ...

www.thehappycatsite.com/why-is-my-cat-drooling

Aug 31, 2018 ... Why is my cat drooling excessively? · Mouth disease and tooth decay · Oral foreign bodies · Rabies · Poisoning · Organ disease ...

www.cathealth.com/cat-health/digestive-system/1293-cat-drooling

Salivation from fear or extreme excitement. · Car sickness caused by motion or fear. · Nausea causes some cats to smack their lips and foam at the mouth, and .....

hastingsvet.com/why-is-my-cat-drooling-what-can-i-do-about-it

Jul 15, 2019 ... Dental Problems or Gum Disease – Both of these conditions can cause drooling and require veterinary care and attention. · Jaw Trauma · A ...

www.thesprucepets.com/cats-drool-when-petted-554028

Aug 19, 2019 ... Normal Drooling in Cats. It's common for some cats to drool while they are kneading or purring. Drooling is often a sign of relaxation and ...