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My Kittens Mouth Is Foaming!!!

post #1 of 21
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Ok I had just came from a trip and went to see my kittens,kit-kat and mittens and mittens mouth was fouming! kit-kat is fine but mittens is horrible!! And now I'm not alloud to go near them! What on Erth is up with her? and she wont let me touch her ! AND NOW MY MOM AND DAD ARE CALLING ANIMAL CONTROL TO PUT THEM TO SLEEP (in other worrds kill them!)!!
post #2 of 21
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Ok I had just came from a trip and went to see my kittens,kit-kat and mittens and mittens mouth was fouming! kit-kat is fine but mittens is horrible!! And now I'm not alloud to go near them! What on Erth is up with her? and she wont let me touch her ! AND NOW MY MOM AND DAD ARE CALLING ANIMAL CONTROL TO PUT THEM TO SLEEP (in other worrds kill them!)!!
oh dear!! were they wormed recently? sometimes the worming pills can make them foam at the mouth. is calling animal control a bit hasty? have the kittens been attacked or been in contact with any animals outside or rats or mice inside?? have they been vaccinated against rabies??
not very common for them to get rabies with out contact with wild animals. could be the kittens have gotten into something like poison or who knows!!
post #3 of 21
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They are strays.....we simply gave them some food and now they keep coming.They dont like getting put in a cage or a car so we could not take them to a vet so they are not vaccinated against anything.Hmm....I herd some thing about poison....of corse the taods! Yesterday she played with one and it let out this white stuff that mit be it....But I was just reading the cat heallth FAQ (if it is an FAQ) and it mite be Feline Hepatic Lipidosis
post #4 of 21
Please call a vet before doing anything else.
post #5 of 21
if they are strays let Animal Control do their job. they most likely won't put the kittens down immediatly. they should check them first. let them know that you want the kittens if they are healthy.
post #6 of 21
I would hope animal control knows better than to put them down without first investigating
post #7 of 21
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I hope so too.They cant come today 'coz its rather late
post #8 of 21
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I hope so too.They cant come today 'coz its rather late
don't touch the kittens just in case.
post #9 of 21
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good news she stoped drooling but she wont eat much....she drank a bit of warm milk but not much. her brother finished both plates of milk!
post #10 of 21
Cow's milk is not good for cats.
Give them KMR or a milk specifically made for cats instead.

I hate to be the bearer of bad news here, but foaming is often the first sign of ingested poisoning.
Hopefully, she's only foaming due to a bad taste, but fore warned is fore armed.

Please, keep us updated.
post #11 of 21
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yeah I know I have herd that cows milk is bad for cats. I give her cat compatable milk ! Hmm... I still think that if its poisoning its the toad she ate.As I said it let out this white stuff thats probably poison
post #12 of 21
My bosses dog was foaming at the mouth and seizuring for a month or so before they realized he was carrying around toads in their mouth. Any kind of poison can cause foaming. This sounds likely if she was in contact with a toad.
post #13 of 21
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I think so too. We are going to be getting them this new cat food called "wiskers" they say that it helps them. all it says is that it provides all the vitamins and minarals your cat needs! And it is NOT very affordable!
post #14 of 21
wiskers?? I've never heard of that before... where do you get that at?
post #15 of 21
I think the OP meant "Whiskas." Maybe.
post #16 of 21
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Oops sorry it is called "whiskas".I got it from Makro
post #17 of 21
Whiskas isn't a very high quality food fyi. But to each their own.
post #18 of 21
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yeah anything you get from makro is never high quality!
post #19 of 21
Flea spray and dip commonly causes cats to drool and foam. Hope your kitties are still with us.
Shelly
post #20 of 21
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Good news! We took them to the vet and the vet said we had got them there just in time! They said she ate something with poison. He gave her a shot and said that she should be better in 4 days!
post #21 of 21
What a relief!!!
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