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Feline Stomatitis

Feline Stomatitis is a common and painful problem for many cats. Stomatitis is an inflammation of the oral cavity involving the gums, and gingiva. It is most common in purebred cats such as Himalayans and Persians. Cats with stomatitis often have bad breath (halitosis). They also have red and inflamed gums (gingiva). The inflammation can […] The post Feline Stomatitis appeared first on Pet Wellbeing.

Stomatitis: Feline Gingivitis

What is Stomatitis? Feline stomatitis, or gingivitis, is a very common problem in adult cats. It is a serious inflammation of the tissues of the mouth, resulting in the formation of extremely painful ulcers on the gums, tongue, and lips. Often, the cat’s gums and gingival tissues are red, swollen, and bleeding. Bad breath is […] The post Stomatitis: Feline Gingivitis appeared first on Pet Wellbeing.

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