I moved into a large enough apartment with my three cats

They are used to large house and a back yard, to a large enough apartment with a nice shaded balcony too, and lots of places to hide. And that is what they have been doing for almost two days now, only moving around at night. One holds up in a faux fireplace all day, the other under my sheets and the last in the closet. They do sleep with me at night. But my problem is with my most vocal and sociable on Roadie. He keeps acting like he has something stuck in his mouth after he eats and wipes his mouth with his paw like he is going to vomit but does not. I triple checked his mouth and now his nose is warm. I gave him some rescure remedy and he slept most of the day away. Do you think he might have a tooth falling out or moving that is causing him discomfort after he eats? He growls and makes noises like he wants to say something. Then goes quiet.

Help, what to do besides a vet visit can I do for a possible sore tooth? He is about 13 but in great shape.

Concerned Mom of three kitties.

Answer by Kate
well I'm afraid if your cat does have a sore tooth, a abscess or some other thing wrong with a tooth which is causing him discomfort then the only answer is a trip to the vets to prevent your cat from suffering any longer than necessary is a trip to the vets.

It is not uncommon fro cats to need dental work.

I hope he is better soon

best wishes Kate

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