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Do cats drool in there sleep?

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2007-10-30 05:28:46

My cat drools even when shes not asleep. Whenever she gets relaxed she will drool all over.

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Cats may drool because they have mouth ulcers. Cats may also drool to relieve stress and cool down. Periodontal disease is another health condition that may cause drooling.


cats do not drool dogs do not purr


He drools in his sleep.


sleep with your mouth open or drool


There are several reasons why cats drool: Some cats drool when they are really happy, relaxed, or even when they sleep; just like some people do. Alternatively, a cat that is drooling excessively could either have been poisoned, or there is something wrong with its mouth (gum disease or a broken tooth can cause extreme pain to a cat). It is highly recommended to take the cat to the vet immediately, especially if the cat has lost its appetite and drooling for no obvious reason.


There are several reasons why cats drool: Some cats drool when they are really happy, relaxed, or even when they sleep; just like some people do. Alternatively, a cat that is drooling excessively could either have been poisoned, or there is something wrong with its mouth (gum disease or a broken tooth can cause extreme pain to a cat). It is highly recommended to take the cat to the vet immediately, especially if the cat has lost its appetite and drooling for no obvious reason.


You can drool in your sleep because your muscles become so relaxed. This causes us not to swallow as often as when we are awake. This results in the pooled saliva drooling out of the mouth.


You might stop drooling in your sleep if you sleep on your back. Most people who drool in their sleep are laying on their side or on their stomach.


Yes is it is normal. It is just a sign that they a relaxed and very happy. One of my cats drool when being petted but the other one doesn't. Some cats do some don't


Some cats drool when they are really happy and relaxed. Drooling while you pet your cat means he is completely and relaxed and happy.


There are several reasons why cats drool: Some cats drool when they are really happy, relaxed, or even when they sleep; just like some people do. Alternatively, a cat that is drooling excessively could either have been poisoned, or there is something wrong with its mouth (gum disease or a broken tooth can cause extreme pain to a cat). It is highly recommended to take the cat to the vet immediately, especially if the cat has lost its appetite and drooling for no obvious reason.


A cat may drool when they are purring. The excess saliva may be produced while they sleep as well. See a vet if this seems excessive.


You drool when your mouth is open. The saliva in your mouth comes out through force of gravity. Some people sleep with their mouth open (the droolers) while some people don't (the non-droolers). There is no scientific evidence saying that you need to drool or that you do not need to drool. It just happens.


cats sleep about six hours.


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Cats sleep from 16 to 18 hours


Yes, cats are known to sleep up to 16 hours a day.


cats can sleep with there eyes opened my friend has a cat and her baby cat always sleep like that


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from my experience, cats like to sleep somewhere warm, not drafty. And as around 70% of cats are nocturnal, usually they sleep in the daytime, i say 70% because cats can adapt to your habits too, so its really all about the cats personality, and owner.


Cats will sleep anywhere that is warm and comfortable, maybe the printer is warm and cosy.



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