I don't want to scare you, but please watch your kitties tongue very carefully. When I was dating my hubby, he had a beautiful black cat named mischief. His dad gave her a tuna can to lick, and she cut her tongue, but we didn't know it at the time. To make a long story short, it became so infected that there was nothing that the vet could do for her. We ended up having to put her down, because the vet could not repair the damage to her tongue. He tried stitching it, but the tissue was so deteriorated that there was nothing to stitch. Sadly, we had to put her down because the vet said that cats can't drink without their tongues. It was a horrible experience. So please, watch your baby. The only reason that we knew that Mischief had cut her tongue was because she had terrible not "normal" breath. By then it was too late for her.