Today I saw a black short haired cat on the trail by the river here and he was very loving. But only one small problem, while I was petting him, he was drooling bad. Not the regular drool either, it was more like a gel that oozed from the mouth to the ground. Looked nasty. It was clear, but real thick. Could this be a cat that's been infected, or maybe rabies? He wasn't mad at all, or hissy. Just wanted to be loved and saying, please take care of me. Any idea if he'd be ok or something to call the humane society on, such as possible disease? He was drooling profusely while I petted him. But when I first saw him, there was no sign of slobber. Thanks for any input....
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10/22/05 at 6:48pm