Natural Home Remedies For Feline Stomatitis

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The other name for Feline Stomatitis is Feline gingivostomatitis (FGS). The word stoma means opening. It is referred as oral cavity in cats. Not much of the people know about this disease and it is rarely found in cats. It is a disease which affects the gums in the mouth. It becomes reddish in color. The cat cannot eat its food due to the pain.

Natural Home Remedies For Feline Stomatitis :-
Below are some of the top home cure methods for feline stomatitis –

  • Goldenseal acts as an antiseptic. Use this on your cat’s gum twice in a day. This will help in reducing the pain in the gums
  • Boil one cup of water. Add one tbsp of rootstock powder in it. Use this mixture of water to wash your cat’s gum and mouth
  • You can also use vitamin E tablet on your cat’s gum. Open the tablet.Take the gel out. Rub it nicely on the gums of the cat
  • Brush your pet’s teeth with Enzymatic Tartar Control Toothpaste. They contain more enzymes than any other toothpaste. Go for Beef and Seafood flavor

Treatment Of Feline Stomatitis
Some of the primary and effective treatment methods for feline stomatitis –

  • The treatment is not so easy and it depends on every individual case.Plague is the most important medical therapy in controlling feline stomatitis in cats
  • Cleaning of the teeth by a professional is required
  • Give antibiotics for long term
  • Medical therapy has proved to be short term control on feline stomatitis whereas surgical therapy is used for long term control on feline stomatitis

Symptoms Of Feline Stomatitis :-
Top Feline Stomatitis symptoms are as mentioned below –

  • Cats have bad breath
  • Red and inflamed gums
  • Eating and swallowing becomes difficult
  • Pain in the gums
  • Weight Loss
  • Anorexia
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3 Comments

  1. I like this post.I gathered good knowledge about Feline Stomatitis. I don’t even aware of this problem.I have cat name Stacy,i love her if in future she face such problem then i solve her problem by applying the natural ways suggested in the post.Thanks for sharing such a reliable post.

  2. My cat Lucky is getting a Gum Biopsy and it is almost 110% likely she has Stomatitis, she will need to go on ATOPICA & we will have to research other avenues of treatment. I am looking into homeopathic treatments for 2 reasons, money is a SERIOUS issue (over 100$ a month for AOPICA) & ATOPICA has ROTTEN side efx. NOT fair for my Angel face :(

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