Archive for July, 2015

Cats eyes may be subject to a number of different types of infection and can be very serious if left untreated, even to blindness. So how do you identify if your cat has an eye infection and treatment is necessary to remedy this?

visual inspections

One of the best times to inspect your cat’s eyes in the toilet – are relaxed and happy, and is more likely to allow you to inspect. Get the cat in a lighted area and look into the eyes, which should be clear and bright with the area around the eyeball is clean and white. Students must also be of equal size. You can also ride on the eyelid gently if they allow you to see and inside the eyelid – it should be pink but not red or white color.

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Both panting and drooling in cats can be a very normal thing, but when it happens well, this may be a sign of a larger problem. Cats often purr when drool or when they see the food while panting is common when it was not very friendly. So how do you know when it is more than a normal behavior?

Saliva

One of the most common reasons that cats drool too is having problems with your mouth or teeth. Tartar buildup can rub on the inside of the cat’s mouth and the hydrant and this can be checked by pulling the lip to ear. If the teeth are brown or concrete look or gums are red, swollen or bleeding, then this is a sign of a problem and a visit to a veterinarian is required.

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