Cat Keeps Licking Lips And Drooling. There are several issues that could cause a cat to start drooling. However, if your cat licks her lips frequently regardless of whether she has been at her food or water bowl, she may have problems with her teeth or gums, and needs to see a vet.
This morning the drool was all over his neck, so i took him to the vet who gave him sucralfate and clavamox. Constantly licking her lips and swallowing. If your cat is licking his lips frequently and also drooling a lot, it usually means your cat has some kind of infection or disease.
Excessive drooling for last 48 hour, seems worse after eating.
The problem is when the cat smacking their lips turns into an excessive occurrence or is caused by a behavioral or medical problem. Especially watch out if the drool (or your cat’s water dish) is tinged with blood. This morning the drool was all over his neck, so i took him to the vet who gave him sucralfate and clavamox. Chattering is when the jaw shakes or quivers.