More Ways to Care for Ocicats with Gingivitis

Ocicats may develop gingivitis at some point in their lifetime. If you think your cat is developing some sort of gum disease, call your vet right away. Gum disease can be treated and often reversed if caught in time. Life with an Ocicat with gingivitis is not much different than living with a can without the gum disease. However, there are a few lifestyle differences. For instance, if your cat is eating a soft or wet cat food, you should consider switching her to a hard morsel cat food. Crunching on hard morsels naturally helps break down plaque build-up. You should also start brushing your Ocicat cat’s teeth at home on a regular basis. Your vet can show you how to brush your cat’s teeth and can also give you veterinary approved toothpaste. Additional aids for keeping teeth clean include feeding treats such as Greenies, which help break down tartar buildup. Ask your veterinarian Savannah, GA for more information. Read more here.

More Ways to Care for Ocicats with Gingivitis

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