Why you MUST get your cat’s teeth cleaned

(if you can afford it.)

  1. bacteria coats cat’s teeth
  2. cat breathes in oral bacteria
  3. oral bacteria infects lungs
  4. asthma and inflammation?

The older, fatter or sicklier the cat, the more this matters.

Oh . . . . and for humans, this is also true.

“Shapira said the link between periodontitis and lung diseases including asthma, pneumonia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is well established.” from article link below.


Published by Spiffy Kitty House Call Cat Grooming

I groom cats in your own home. I do everthing needed for a soft, clean cat. Claw trims to prevent painful scratches and damaged furniture. Brushing to prevent furballs and matting. Rear-end trims to keep things clean after the litter box visit. Baths for soft, shiny fur. Clients praise my calm, gentle yet firm attitude. Cat sitting visits last 1/2 hour. Daily photo, fresh food and water, playtime, cuddles. A true "cat nanny".