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Evelina
2022-02-01, 18:04

Louis’ first dental surgery out of two

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She has to get about 10 teeth removed in total. It’s been almost a week now. Her check up is tomorrow morning.

  • Edited by Evelina 2022-02-01, 18:05
Tismon
2022-02-01, 19:58
#1

Poor kitty!


Correlation does not equal causation.

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Evelina
2022-02-01, 21:52
#2

She has been feeling much better, but she sure hates her cone. She has started to sleep around my head at night which I normally wouldn't tolerate but I feel so sorry for her! She deserves all the cuddles.

Tismon
2022-02-01, 22:57
#3

#2: Good that she's getting better! But totally understandable, if I had a cone I'd propably go mad haha.

She does! Give her some treats aswell x


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Marinas Mix
2022-02-02, 11:59
#4

Wishing Louis a speedy recovery. Those cones are not fun. Give her lots of cuddles and treats.

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Niklas
2022-02-03, 13:58
#5

#0: Why so many teeth?


Best regards, Niklas 🎈

Tismon
2022-02-03, 15:41
#6

#5: maybe forl? It's pretty common that cats teeth needs to be removed. A friend of mine's cat needed to surgically remove all of her teeth. Today she is a happy cat despite having no teeth, she just eat wet mushed food instead :)


Correlation does not equal causation.

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Evelina
2022-02-07, 14:55
#7

#5: She has peridontal disease. When the plaque builds up and starts to decay the teeth and inflame the gums. Hers was so bad that is started to decay her jaw bone.

  • Edited by Evelina 2022-02-07, 14:56
Niklas
2022-02-07, 17:15
#8

#7: Oh, that’s sad. I think it's common in humans too.


Best regards, Niklas 🎈

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