cat with tartar and gingivitisMy 6year old female cat has dark grey tartar on upper back teeth as well as inflamed gums. Her breath doesn't smell, there is no saliva, no coating on tongue, no swelling or abcess. She has a good appetite. I haven't seen any signs that it is bothering her. I only recently noticed when she yawned!
For the past few days she has been breathing noisily through her nose, she sounds congested. I don't know if this is related to her teeth. Most noticeable early morning and late evening. There is no discharge from her nose, slight discharge from both eyes, a rusty brown colour. Occasional sneezing (1-2 × day) Her glands look slightly swollen, she let's me stroke her there, they don't feel hard and it doesn't bother her, no cough.
There has been no change in her personality, very active and playful.
Are there any remedies that can resolve these issues? Or is it a trip to the vet?
Equoart on 2022-09-18
♡ simone717 2 weeks ago
Equoart 2 weeks ago
It’s like if humans did not brush their teeth and wanted a remedy instead.
♡ simone717 18 minutes ago
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