Thread: cat teeth
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Old August 19th, 2012, 07:26 PM
goobygirl goobygirl is offline
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Gooby seems to be eating quite a bit today I am going to take her to a cat-only vet (decided this yesterday). She is still going to the kitty box, so that is a good sign. As I write this, she is drinking water! I've looked at some vet sites about pulling teeth and they say they have to take blood tests and see how strong the bones are. Is this necessary and why don't humans get this when they have teeth pulled? Just asking.
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