Why is my cat drooling?
Original Question: What is causing my cat to drool? - Anonymous
Cats sometimes drool a lot when they’re excited, anxious, or anticipating food. They also drool while kneading because they’re relaxed and content. Yet drooling can result from nausea, neurological disorders, or tooth and gum infections. It’s also a symptom of ingesting toxins, including household products and harmful foods. If drooling is excessive and persistent, watch for accompanying symptoms such as vomiting or diarrhea and call your vet immediately.
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