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Old May 8th, 2003, 11:47 PM
kimberlyteaches kimberlyteaches is offline
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Question Cat has water dripping from mouth?

Recently I noticed that water was dripping from my cats mouth, or right under her nose. It looked like a tear drop would form and then fall. I believe she had just drank from the toilet, and I wasn't sure if she was water logged or what... The dripping has been happening for about an hour, in small amounts. It is very similar to a tear drop. A couple times water squirted out of her nose and eyes (just a little bit). I feel like I am in the movie Poltergiest! Can anyone tell me what the heck is going on???
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Old May 19th, 2003, 09:37 AM
binky6 binky6 is offline
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Hi kimberlyteaches,

Sounds like a weird one to me.

I would make sure that it is a one time problem as opposed to a chronic problem.

If this keeps repeating itself then there are a whole host of things it could be like
-muscular disorder
-maybe a simple cut or abrasion in the kitten`s mouth.
-dental problem.

I`d keep an eye out and if it continues...vet time

Good luck,

Binky 6
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