Halitosis coming from your cat's mouth can be unpleasant for multiple reasons. Not only is the smell unwelcoming, but it can also signify various diseases. Cat owners can buy many different products, like cat toothbrushes, toothpastes, treats and drops that help with cat breath, tartar, and other cat dental issues. There are many underlying diseases that could be causing the smelly odor from your cat's mouth:
Warning signs to Look Out For:
Treating Your Cat: If you feel your cat has any of these problems, the best bet is to take it to a vet for a professional opinion. Veterinary care may involve various diagnostic tests to reveal the cause of the bad breath, which include:
Home Treatment: Home treatments are dependent on what specific problem the cat has. Here are some prevention mechanisms you can take to help your cat's foul-smelling breath:
Source: Dr. Debra Primovic
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