Illness, in Four Breaths

An untoward odor emanating from your cat’s mouth may be a clue to whether she has a specific type of disease. Here’s a rundown. Fruity breath. This can signify diabetes. In cats with this condition, sugar is not metabolized properly, and that’s what produces the fruity scent. Ammonia-like breath. Kidney disease may be the culprit […]
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