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Old February 6th, 2014, 08:44 PM
lindapalm lindapalm is offline
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Three of my cats were found along the roadside, and each had serious dental problems. Two had to have all their teeth pulled after two attempts at saving them, and the other cat has only a few teeth left. All three get along fine, and eat canned food. They price they want to charge you seems really high, I never paid over $400 for each of my cats,( although they were already missing teeth before they were taken to the vet.) I think the quality of your cats life will stop going downhill after the dental work, I know mine did. One of my cats teeth were so bad when I found him that he no longer wanted to clean himself, I had to wash him just to be able to take him to the vet. The day after extractions, he began cleaning himself again. What type of kibble did the vet recommend for dental issues, I didn't know there was any?
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