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Old October 30th, 2010, 02:03 PM
mike2000z28 mike2000z28 is offline
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Well i think the painkiller helped because he is eating again. I think some teeth finally came in because hes chewing much more normal than before. I think the problem was before he couldn't chew with his back teeth since they weren't in yet or were hurting because he would contort his face and he would try to get the food to one side or the other side of his month and it would fall out. Gave him some whiskas milk and then moved on to some pouch food we were spoon feeding him. Its been 2 days now he is eating, so he is improving.

I thought kittens handle teething better than human babies? Guess not as both vets figured his teeth would be the last reason he wouldn't eat. Ill keep you updated as anything can change, but he has improved.
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