|Purred: Fri Oct 15, '10 5:20am PST |
|I don't have any experience with this, but there are others who have been thru this, and can give you a better anser. Do you feed him dry or wet? If its dry, maybe its like your sister said, a piece of crunchy, that is sharp, is hitting where his teeth used to be, or maybe its the beginning of another bad tooth. I know with horses, when they eat their grain, and start shaking their head, or holding their head at an angle, or if they do it, when the bit hits a tooth, and shake their head, or hold it at an angle, it usually means a bad tooth.
You might want to give your vet a call, and ask them. Here is a link on cat dental stuff. Best of luck.