Q. swollen lip
What are causes & treatment?
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Hello first of all, I am sorry for the late reply.
Your cat’s symptoms include tooth disease (inflammation, lesion, or abscess of the teeth, gums or salivary glands, etc.), allergies, skin diseases, and infections (viruses).
In the case of mild allergies or infections, swelling subsides over time. If she doesn’t eat food or snacks well, take her to an animal hospital because she has a high chance of tooth disease.
And since she may be allergic to the bowl or feed she usually uses, it is recommended to replace the suspected allergen with another one as a prevention.
Please do not hesitate to ask any further questions you may have. Thank you.