Question by  kalyanganjam (31)

Should I be worried about my cat;s health if she has white gums?

I just noticed the white gums about 3 days ago.


Answer by  Fritz (608)

Yes, white gums in any animal is not a good sign. I would take the cat to a vet as soon as possible to make sure it is nothing serious.


Answer by  dingosan8 (407)

Yes,this is a sign of some deficiency. Possibly anemia and there is not enough oxygen circulating in her tissues which leads to poor circulation. This is always a concern when seen in pets and you should seek treatment as soon as possible. It could also be a symptom of other underlying disorders or diseases.


Answer by  near2land (493)

Gum, teeth and mouth condition can present an overall outlook of your cat's health condition and changes or questions about a condition, particularly since you've noticed a change in your cat's gums, should be referred to your vet for a professional examination.


Answer by  lily290 (134)

Your cat needs to be seen by a vet if she has white gums. White gums indicate that your cat may be anemic.


Answer by  mary70 (101)

This could mean that she is dehydrated, anemic, intestinal parasites, or a variety of other problems. Contact your veternarian and they will know what the best solution for you problem.

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