July 2018 Issue

Myriad Causes of Mouth Sores

Imagine your cat purring on your lap, she yawns and you see a sore in her mouth. Panic or observe?

An oral ulcer is almost always a reason to visit your veterinarian. While causes can range from treatable to serious, it can be difficult for you to determine at home. Your veterinarian may do a swab to examine under the microscope or possibly sedate your cat for a thorough oral examination.

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