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post #1 of 14
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i was wondering if anybodys cat dribble? My oldest cat tilly whos about 4-5 years old when she is being fussed she has a tendersy to dribble does anybodys elses cats do strange things whislt bein fussed?
post #2 of 14
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Originally Posted by tilly tiger
i was wondering if anybodys cat dribble? My oldest cat tilly whos about 4-5 years old when she is being fussed she has a tendersy to dribble does anybodys elses cats do strange things whislt bein fussed?



At first I thought you meant like dribble a ball. One of my cats goes nuts with her ball, she bats it around so fast between her paws.

I'm pretty sure that's not the kind of dribbling you meant though.
post #3 of 14
My Ivo drools when she's getting a good petting-I've had damp spots on my couch from her!
post #4 of 14
Sparkles will occasionally drool if mommy is being especially attentive to Her Royal Highness's need for stroking and snuggling !! I think it's cuz her mouth just falls open because she's so relaxed and happy.
post #5 of 14
My youngest, Marnie, drools. I've read that this often develops in kittens taken too soon from their mothers -- and knowing Marnie's earlier life situation, I would believe it. Cats that drool usually knead, too.
post #6 of 14
Oliver drools when he's getting intense ear, head and face scritches or when I'm cleaning out his ears... afterwards he'll shake his head and it's like I've got a stinkin St. Bernard!! hehehe, but I know it's just cuz whatever I'm doin feels good!
post #7 of 14
Bear does'nt drool, but one day my sis was taking a nap and Bear curled up under her chin. After a while Bear got up and came in the den and he was coverd in drool
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Originally Posted by Vibiana
My youngest, Marnie, drools. I've read that this often develops in kittens taken too soon from their mothers -- and knowing Marnie's earlier life situation, I would believe it. Cats that drool usually knead, too.
Yup. Skittles was found by the side of the road when he was about three weeks old; his mother had been hit by a car and killed. So he was fostered by a vet tech, which included bottle feeding for a few weeks. Now, he loves to be cradled on his back like a baby, and he drools when he's being held, especially that way.
post #9 of 14
That's interesting. Puppy also drools occasionally, and he kneads a lot. I don't know much about his previous life though.
post #10 of 14
My Stormy drools when she gets or gives love. She has a hazy past, she was put out of a car near my house one night. It took months for her to let me touch her then she got a bite wound that sent us back to square one. There are signs that she was abused before they threw her out but now she is a wonderful loving girl.The day they put her out of the car near my house was her lucky day! I look at the drool as a sign of her love.
post #11 of 14
i had a part feral kitty called Kayos, he liked his ears being fussed, he would sit for hours with his eyes closed drooling for England, sadly he passed away at the age of 13, but I still remember his drooling!!
post #12 of 14
Jade my cat I brought over from England drools. She kneads too, I have no idea about her past as I found her 10 years ago when she was an adult already.

I often wonder what her previous owners would think if they knew she was now living in Lanzarote !
post #13 of 14
ugh, my cat does.
he likes to sleep on my bed during the day, and there are little spots of dried kitty drool. My boyfriend loves this.
post #14 of 14
Mine don't but it seems really funny lol. Otis does stick his whole chin in his bowl of water so that when he comes to rub on me he gets me wet with his chin!
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