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ringwell September 7th, 2005 01:03 PM

Salivating Cat
 
Yesterday our cat started drooling profusely, enough to be noticeable on bed/ custion etc. At first I thought he had messed. Seems to be eating fine Regularly goes outside and wondering if he ate something unhealthy? Hard to tell if he is sleeping more than usual because wants to stay out all night and sleep all day. Live on acreage therefore exposed to wild animals. Tried to open cat's mouth but wouldn't let me. Not foaming at mouth but I am concerned. Please help.

Lucky Rescue September 7th, 2005 02:11 PM

You'll have to take your cat to the vet.

It could have been poisoned, could have a broken/abcessed tooth, or could have a foreign body caught in the teeth/throat.

I would go ASAP.

Theganch August 29th, 2012 07:12 AM

Drooling
 
Hi there,

I know this has been a long time since, but what ever happens with your cat.... Mine is doing the exact thing!?. Same circumstances

Thanks

Love4himies August 29th, 2012 07:31 AM

Your cat needs to see a vet ASAP. It could be an abcess/broken tooth, irritation in the throat, toxins, etc. etc. which only your vet can answer.

Good luck.:goodvibes:

Dog Dancer August 29th, 2012 12:11 PM

Hi TheGang, have to agree you need to take your kitty to the vet. ASAP. The original poster to this thread does not seem to be around anymore so will not likely answer you here.

Please let us know what the outcome/prognosis is once you have seen your vet. Good luck.

GXXRDRVR September 4th, 2012 01:03 AM

ringwell, TheGanch, did you bring your cats to the Vet? How are your cats doing now?

Abu's mom September 4th, 2012 05:58 PM

Now you guys have me curious. My son's cat drools, when happy, but his vet said he drools because he is happy and not to worry. I don't trust that. He was just seen by this vet in April for his 1 yr check up.

sugarcatmom September 4th, 2012 06:21 PM

[QUOTE=Abu's mom;1045701]Now you guys have me curious. My son's cat drools, when happy, but his vet said he drools because he is happy and not to worry. I don't trust that. He was just seen by this vet in April for his 1 yr check up.[/QUOTE]

Lots of cats drool when they purr (I have 2 like that), and at 1 yr old, it's highly unlikely to be a dental issue. So I think your vet is right. Drooling is more of a concern if it's a new/sudden thing.


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