I think my cats tongue is wet. After he licks himself he'll have little wet spots that weren't there before. This never use to happen before and i know your cats tongue is supposed dry so help please!
|Joleen Cohen Your cat might be sick. It could be that his nose is blocked or something. Generally anything out of the ordinary with cats should be a cause of concern. I would call the vet and see if he thinks this is a medical issue or not.|
|Anonymous there's a number of diseases that can cause excessive salivation in cats including tumors, kidney diseases, poisioning, allergy, gastric ulcer and many others. if you suspect something is wrong and if there are other symptoms like loss of appetite ...|
|Ruslana Well, if it's getting worse and worse then I'd take him to a vet just in case. It's better to be safe than sorry!|
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