Have you ever wondered why your cat may smack his or her lips? Cat smacking lips can be a concern of cat owners as they try to determine the possible cause. This is especially a concern if it is a new behavior or associated with other symptoms such as not eating, vomiting, lethargy, weakness and/or diarrhea.
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Overview of Revolution® PLUS for Cats Revolution® PLUS, is a drug released in 2021 that is a combination of two drugs, Selamectin and Sarolaner. Selamectin, is the ingredient in the traditionally used Revolution® in dogs and cats. Selamectin is a semi synthetic avermectin antiparasitic agent primarily used to kill adult fleas on cats.
But he doesn't chew on anything when we're not watching him. He's been that way from the start. I can't say if it's a true pedomorphosis or not. Either way, I don't see why it would be in your cat. And I'm pretty sure it's not.