- 1 Why is my kitten drooling and not eating?
- 2 What causes a lethargic cat to stop eating?
- 3 Why does my cat drool when I give him food?
- 4 What are the symptoms of lethargy in cats?
- 5 When to take your cat to the vet for drooling?
- 6 Is it normal for cats to drool all the time?
- 7 Why is my 5 year old cat so lethargic?
- 8 What are the symptoms of a lethargic cat?
- 9 Why does my cat drool when I am nauseous?
Why is my kitten drooling and not eating?
An infection of the mouth, an abscessed tooth, and severe gingivitis can all lead to drooling, trouble eating, and pain. If your cat is shy about having her face examined, there’s a good chance something’s going on inside her mouth. Accidental poisoning is a common cause of drooling in cats.
What causes a lethargic cat to stop eating?
Cat with dental disease or infections might stop eating, become lethargic, have bad breath, have difficulty chewing, and may grind or chatter their teeth. There are several different neurologic diseases that can affect cats from spinal cord injuries to seizures.
Why does my cat drool when I give him food?
“Cats, unlike people and dogs, don’t start drooling when you offer them something tasty,” notes Dr. Alexander Reiter, associate professor of dentistry and oral surgery and clinician educator at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in Philadelphia.
What are the symptoms of lethargy in cats?
Symptoms of lethargy in cats are abnormal sleepiness, low energy, and lack of response to surroundings. Lethargy is not a condition or disease in itself, but can be a sign that something is wrong with your cat. Lethargy is a symptom in itself and is characterized primarily by the following:
When to take your cat to the vet for drooling?
If your cat suddenly starts drooling when she never did before, it’s a cause for concern. Additionally, if you find your cat drooling, but it stops pretty quickly and Fluffy is otherwise acting normal, there’s no need to rush to the vet.
Is it normal for cats to drool all the time?
While drooling is a normal body function, excessive drooling, or hypersalivation, can be cause for concern. Normal drooling is usually accompanied by excitement or pleasure in the cat. Abnormal drooling appears suddenly, and can last for hours.
Why is my 5 year old cat so lethargic?
My 5 year old male cat was fine yesterday morning. However something must have taken effect overnight. This morning he is completely lethargic. He won’t get up from his spot and keeps sleeping. He seems almost lifeless and barely responsive.
What are the symptoms of a lethargic cat?
A lethargic cat will have an extended period of weakness, depression, or lack of energy. Even after a nice long nap or relaxing sunbathe, these cats will continue to be tired and not as active as they normally are. Cats with lethargy are sick and typically there are other warning signs that something is wrong.
Why does my cat drool when I am nauseous?
Both McGonigle and Reiter note that a cat may drool when nauseous, as well as if they have gastrointestinal, liver, or kidney disease. “When it’s a gastrointestinal disorder, however, there isn’t usually much excess saliva,” McGonigle says.