Cat Foaming at the Mouth?
I have a female INDOOR cat that, lately, has be having pink/watery eyes. Yesterday I found her in my room drooling foam all over the place. I know for a certainty that she does not have rabies, so please don't even mention it. I cleaned her up and she's acting perfectly normal immediately. What do you think it could be?
Don't tell me to take her to the vet. I could hold figured that out on my own without the help of Y!A.
Also, don't try to be funny and read out she has rabies. She's already had her rabies shots, and would not be acting friendly towards me if she have rabies.
could be time threatening because the airway can swell shut.
sorry, but you're gonna have to take kitty to the vet, if I'm right, she will involve antihistamine, possibly steroid shots.
bile is foamy... so she might hold just been trying to hork up a hair bubble.
or it may be an upset stomic.> give yougert
Cats foam at the mouth for various reasons. Could own been something she ate, allergies, sudden stress, nausea. I wouldn't be too concerned if it's an isolated incident.
If she still has pink, watery eyes, she likely have pink eye which requires an antibiotic to rid her of it. It's just as contageous in cats as it is in folks.
The foamy drool could have easily been something she ate that she wasn't supposed to. Hopefully she isn't a cupboard starter like a few of mine and got into something really bad!
red watery eyes generally indicate allergy.
EhJudy--Please do not distribute your cat vaseline and yogurt! Petromalt is made for cats and not petroleum jelly, which is what Vaseline is (V. is for EXTERNAL use only on HUMANS, read the label). Yogurt is a dairy product and cats cannot digest it. Just because it might make us feel better to guzzle yogurt doesn't mean a cat's digestive system can handle it.