Cats may stick their tongues out during play, especially when they're excited. It's a sign of their playful nature.
Dental problems can lead to tongue protrusion. Check for signs of gum disease or tooth decay.
Cats may stick their tongues out to cool down on hot days. Ensure they have access to fresh water and shade.
Some cats relax with their tongues out. It's often a sign of contentment and comfort.
In rare cases, tongue protrusion can indicate breathing problems. Consult your vet if you suspect this.
Kittens may stick their tongues out when teething. Provide appropriate toys and soothing options.
Pay close attention to your cat's behavior. If tongue sticking out persists or is accompanied by other symptoms, seek veterinary advice.