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I'm curious if I should take Val to the vet over increased saliva. By extra saliva I mean when she cleans herself there will be spots that get wet. If she licks us we can tell her tongue is a little moist compared to the normal sand paper. The first time this happened was when she was on antivirals and antibiotics for an upper respiratory infection a few months ago. It stopped after a couple days. Now she is doing it again but she hasn't been on any medication or introduced to anything new. Otherwise she is behaving and eating normally.
 

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hopefully it's not like dripping wet. our Angel licks herself and her spots are a little wet afterward, but it dries in no time, so it's no big deal. i know there are cats that can be droolers, though, but I haven't read that there's any serious problem with that myself.
 
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