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Cat won't stop salivating

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    Cat won't stop salivating


    My cat won't stop salivating, like, a very large amount. He is very lethargic and isn't eating or drinking much. Basically he just sits on a couch all day. Does anyone know what the cause could be?

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    I've never had this happen but I would get him to a vet right away to get checked out. Keep us posted and good luck.

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    the cat needs to see a vet, a little drool once in a while is nothing to worry about but constant drooling means something is wrong, check her teeth, she may need a cleaning or pulling, the tartar could be pressing against the lip causing her to drool. But whatever it is it needs to be taken care of, get her to the vet asap
    he is your friend and protector, he will love you unconditionally, you owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion

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    Linda is absolutely right TEETH!!!!

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    He is probably suffering from hypersalivation, you need to get him to the vet to get checked.

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    he may have an abscessed tooth!

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