Nearly 90 percent of cats develop dental problems over their lifetime. Just like us, they can develop gum disease, tartar and plaque build-up, foul breath, and abscesses, all of which can develop into infection and tooth loss.
Elvira is my now 7 year old cat and had been struggling before we adopted her with a preexisting gum disease, which till today causes her ache and does not allow her to eat her food properly. As much as we care for her and watch her teeth, nothing is enough to keep her teeth I decent shape. With a recent visit to the vet and a dental checkup, we were advised to extract her 8 remaining teeth as she was in chronic pain with them.
Due to it being a preexisting condition, no insurance company is willing to aid or support this issue.
Im here today to ask for your help and support in protecting and preventing my fur baby from the pain she’s constantly in.
Thank you for any support you give.
All Love ❤️
- Allie P
- Ahmed Karaki
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