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Old January 1st, 2008, 04:48 AM
Mamakicia Mamakicia is offline
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Happy drool...

Since I adopted Osa and Salsa, they have drooled copious amounts of happy drool - especially Salsa. When they're on my lap and I'm petting them, my lap and shirt will be speckled with wet spots - no problem.

I've started to notice, though, that Osa's happy drool is coming through her nose. Has anyone else noticed this with their kitty? Really weird. It only happens with petting, and no other URTI symptoms. Does that mean it's happy snot?
Misio (Polish for teddy bear, 14 y/o polydactyl Maine Coon boy)
Jesse (adopted at 4 y/o, 8 y/o blue-eyed beige/taupe Birman boy)
Onu (Polynesian for turtle, 4 y/o Maine Coon girl who loves to eat)
Osa (Spanish for bear, 1 y/o tortie pointed polar bear girl)
Salsa (Spanish for mixture, 1 y/o happy drool calico girl)
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Old January 2nd, 2008, 01:47 AM
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TeriM TeriM is offline
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I think so. My cat Fred has been my only drooler and he can sure drool up a storm and it seems like part comes from his nose .

Got any pictures of your cats .
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