Why Do Adult Cats Lose Their Teeth?

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Adult cats lose their teeth due to uncleanliness and gum diseases. Cats also experience dental problems and periodontal disease which causes teeth loss. If not treated, the gum disease leads to lose of all teeth in cats.
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