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Old June 6th, 2011, 01:14 PM
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She thought Chico had beautiful teeth,not any sign of tartar,so,he is a Poster-Cat for canned food and she agreed,at 14 yrs old,he has never had his teeth cleaned.
She was 100% against feeding a cat kibbles
Awesome!!! Glad to hear that Chico's got a sparkling smile. Sounds like a great vet, too.

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She looked at the earlier results of his bloodwork(done end of April)and noted his T4 was 38,so it's on the higher end of normal.
Might be something to keep an eye on. Usually as cats age, their T4 level goes down. Having said that, Aztec also has slightly higher T4 levels than he should, but I had a Free T4 test done a year ago in conjunction with the regular T4 and it was perfectly normal. He has no hyperthyroid symptoms at all. So as they say, look at the WHOLE cat, not just the numbers.


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So,I'll be checking his weight and have another bloodtest in a couple of months.
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