Oh.........she is gorgeous...so innocent, she just takes your breath away!!!
You are so very lucky to have her.
Originally Posted by sophie13
...Maybe I'll give it a call if I have some questions to ask.
You DO have a question to ask !!!!
Here: "Is there a Vet who ONLY examines CATS ?"......or: "Who is the best CAT VETERINARIAN ?"
At least, that's what I think.....I mean, "gum inflammation can be a sign of kidney problems"....well....that is waaaay down ton the list of possibilities, especially because she is so young.....unless, she was exposed to some toxin.
Here is some good information, a place to start understanding what might be happening: Cat Drooling - Causes
So, watch her carefully. If she ever stops eating or only eats a little, you will have to act quickly....cats can get a serious liver disease if they don't eat enough.
Keep us posted !