My cat is 2 years old, its mother was killed before it was weaned and now it drools on me, is there a connection there?
It was given a second mother after its first one died and it was taken away from that cat too early as well. It always drools on and licks my clothes.
on Apr 23rd 2012
in Other Behavior & Training
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No, drooling has nothing to do with a kitty losing its mother at a young age. It's just something that some cats do when they're happy. Licking your clothing may your cat's way of grooming you.
Monster answered on 4/26/12. Helpful? / 0
Our Pim dribbles when he is happy too. Thought it worth a reply, although the other beautiful kitty answered, cos our Mum was worried incase Pim had a bad tooth cos he dribbles so much. We had a cat called Frankie who sucked clothes lots. Frankie was picked up off the road, having been hit by a car, he was always very loving and a little on the slow side - sardine short of a tin full!
Have a lovely week! Purrs Mather. x
Mather answered on 4/29/12. Helpful? / 0