Disease processes occur in the mouth more than anywhere else in a cat’s body. Dental disease is very common and, if untreated, it can lead to bad breath, swollen and bleeding gums, difficulty eating and oral pain. Cats are secretive by nature, and they often don’t reveal that they are experiencing oral discomfort. Occasionally, cats reveal that their mouth is hurting by drooling, deliberately turning their heads to one side as they eat to avoid chewing on the side…

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