My Cat has white gums and can't eat
My cat has been drooling alot and has white swollen gums. I try to feed her and she won't eat what might this mean
She may have gum disease or she may be very anemic or even eaten something which has stung her. In any of these cases your cat needs professional vet care.
Not being able to eat properly will ensure that she will go down hill quickly and so the sooner you can get her to see a vet the better.
Hope she is better soon
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