Cat Gets His Teeth Brushed For The First Time. The Results? His Mind Is Blown


Even if the only thing your cat hunts these days is tasty treats, toy mousies and catnip, he still needs healthy clean teeth and gums. Damage to your cats teeth, palate, tongue and gums can extend into other health risks for your cat. The good news is, this can be prevented by brushing your cats teeth!The ASPCA recommends doing a breath test, go on take a sniff of your cat’s breath. If your cat’s breath has an extremely strong odor he may have a digestive disorder or gingivitis. They also recommend pulling back your cats lips and inspecting their gums. Make sure their gums are a nice coral pink. They should not be white, red, or swollen.