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    KICKIN'!!! Is there anything that can help bad kitty breath? Everytime she comes near me, I !
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    Maybe a mint I never had that problem with my kittie.
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    I'm sorry her breath is yucky, check a pet store for something for her


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    Bad breath in animls usually mean another problem. he could have an abcess.
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    I was worried about Sassy's bad breath, so I ask about it when I took her to the vet and she told it was something similar to what humans go through .. sometimes their food gets stuck in their teeth and they are unable to get it out .. WEELLL it starts to get icky sicky Unlike humans, that can brush and floss, they aren't able to do that .. You can take her/him into the vet and they can brush their teeth and it's usually typically pretty cheap I think they also make little mints that help clean their teeth and you can also buy treats that help keep their teeth white and their breath a little bit more tolerant
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    For doggies they have "Breath Busters", not sure if your kitty would eat 'em.
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    Has kitty ever had a dental cleaning done? Do you brush the teeth etc? If not I would take kitty in for a cleaning. They do need cleanings as sometimes the teeth in the back get so much gunk, tarter, buildup and stuff that sometimes it can rot the tooth if not taken care of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaymara
    Has kitty ever had a dental cleaning done? Do you brush the teeth etc? If not I would take kitty in for a cleaning. They do need cleanings as sometimes the teeth in the back get so much gunk, tarter, buildup and stuff that sometimes it can rot the tooth if not taken care of.

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    Where can I get that done at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HEIDI
    Bad breath in animls usually mean another problem. he could have an abcess.
    What does that mean?
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    Thanks for all of your suggestions. This is my first cat I've ever owned, so I get really nervous when I feel somethings not right. She's almost a year and I got her when she was 6 months.
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