Why Does My Cat Have Bad Breath?

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Bad breath in cats, also known as halitosis, can be caused by a build-up of odour-producing bacteria in your cat's mouth. This can be due to dental or gum disease but constant bad breath can also be a sign of more severe medical problems like abnormalities in the mouth or respiratory system.
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Dental disease is the most common reason for bad breath in cats. Other causes are stomatitis, a tumor in the mouth, lung disease, diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis, and kidney disease
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Most bad breath is cause by bacteria that are on the top of the tongue and produce foul smelling compounds. Sometimes you can see this bacteria as white stuff. This must be removed
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Sounds healthy and had her teeth checked but i must say pouches of wet food are a recipe for bad breath they go together,pouched food is very rich in flavour and i am sure you have
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Your cat could have bad breath because they are eating wet food, canned food, or table food. You should feed your cat dry food because it is better for them.
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