What’s wrong with cat mouth ulcers?
Cat mouth ulcers may be caused by cat stomatitis. Stomatitis refers to inflammation of the cat’s mouth mucosa, tongue and gums and causes ulcers and infections. Cat mouth ulcers may be caused by glossitis. The cause of glossitis is the same as that of stomatitis. Cat mouth ulcers may be caused by viral infection, so be sure to vaccinate your cat.
Stomatitis refers to inflammation of the cat’s mouth mucosa, tongue and gums, and causes ulcers, necrosis, and secondary infections. It is characterized by oral mucosal inflammation, ulcers, pain, inability to chew and excessive salivation. Stomatitis can develop into eosinophilic granuloma if it is not treated in time.
The etiology is the same as that of stomatitis. Glossitis can be caused by the mechanical action of foreign bodies, the exposure and removal of new teeth, the scalds that occur when ingesting soup, food and beverages, the corrosion of chemicals, and herpes virus infections.
Among the viral infections that easily induce stomatitis or glossitis, there are HIV infections that are not transmitted to humans but do not have vaccination or treatment methods. Leukemia virus infections that rarely occur but have a poor prognosis once they develop are viral infections that show symptoms of nasal cold. Rhinotracheitis and so on. In the case of influenza virus infection, blisters and ulcers will appear on the surface of the tongue, accompanied by severe pain, so that you can’t even drink water. This infection can also be prevented by a vaccine, so it must be vaccinated.