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Why do cats dribble? — 4 Comments

  1. Great list Michael and very useful information for cat owners.

    Another one you can add to the list is eosinophilic disease, which is thought to be caused by a hypersensitivity (allergic) disorder. This disease has 3 variations; plaques which can appear on the body, granulomas which commonly appear in the mouth and indolent (rodent) ulcers. Sophie had a small granuloma at the back of her mouth which caused her to dribble when sometimes. Rodent ulcers can also cause drooling.

  2. My gorgeous boy Hendrix has been put on prozac to help him live the best life he can with a chemical imbalance and behavioural problems. Since being on the meds he dribbles and drools all over me when we are having cuddles.At first I thought he had teeth and gum problems but the vet checked him out and he put it down to him being relaxed and loving the cuddles.

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