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What to feed a cat with a sore mouth
A sore mouth can be a symptom of many different illnesses, including dental problems, blockages in the digestive system, oral cancer, and thyroid disease. If your cat is exhibiting a sore mouth, call your veterinarian.
There are several ways to help your cat overcome a sore mouth. First, the cat may be able to reduce the discomfort by using the tongue to massage the gums, which should alleviate pain. Frequent brushing with a toothbrush will help remove oral debris and minimize dental problems.
Also, your veterinarian can often prescribe prescription medications that can reduce inflammation and pain. However, if your cat has been exposed to other animals, there may be a contagious disease present that needs to be treated. If so, your veterinarian may have to perform an examination and test for diseases such as feline leukemia, feline leukemia virus, feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), feline hepatitis, and feline distemper.
What can I do to prevent a sore mouth in my cat?
Cats with sore mouths should be kept indoors, away from other animals. If possible, try to keep the cat away from other cats and dogs. If your cat is outdoors, try to keep it on a leash that can easily be removed.
If your cat has access to a pool or water, try to keep the cat away from the pool. If your cat is allowed to drink water, try to prevent it from drinking pool water or water from other animals.
How can I treat a sore mouth?
If your cat's mouth is sore, try massaging the gums with your fingers. Give the cat small amounts of milk.
If the sore mouth is caused by dental problems, the gums may bleed. If this occurs, the cat should be seen by your veterinarian.
What is feline idiopathic cystitis?
Feline idiopathic cystitis is a chronic, recurrent urinary tract infection (UTI) that is not associated with the presence of any specific bacteria, virus, or fungus in the bladder.
Feline idiopathic cystitis is a fairly common condition in cats. About 10 to 20 percent of all cats who are seen at our practice have had a UTI at some point in their lives.
What are the symptoms of cystitis?
The signs of cystitis can vary from cat to cat.
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