Feline gingivitis is an early on stage of periodontal disease occurring when bacteria and food particles collect on the gum line as plaque. This condition irritates the gums and separates them from the teeth.
Watch for red or swollen gums as a sign that gingivitis has set in. To stop its development, have your cat’s teeth professionally cleaned and then brush them every day. A veterinarian may suggest that you switch to a cat food specially formulated to promote dental health.
Greenies Reline Dental Treats are a wonderful solution and prevention to this problem. They are the number one-recommended Feline Dental treat, coming in tuna, catnip, ocean fish, oven roasted chicken savory salmon, succulent beef, and other varieties. They have a distinctive shape, crispy texture and good taste that appeal to felines.
No one wants their beautiful to suffer from gingivitis and it can lead to more serious diseases. Cats can’t pick up a toothbrush and brush their own teeth; still those teeth do need attention and eating hard food isn’t quite enough to do the job