ANSWERS: 3
  • Sometimes bad breath is a clue. You get points for good observation! You should call the vet and tell him/her the situation to see if it's necessary to take kitty in. Also, remember to never rely on medical info you get on Answerbag, even if it's well-intended.
  • Should see a vet asap. The baby tooth has to be removed or kitty will have a lot of pain and his/her bite will be damaged and will not be able to eat. Also the bad breath is because of rotting between the baby and permanent teeth as the are far too close.
  • You should let a vet see the kitten. This little guy needs its gums checked. Do not try and brush its teeth. It is much too young yet and it could have sore gums.

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