We noticed very early on that Sig was having trouble eating. When we examined her mouth it looked like she had gingivitis. Which is pretty common in cats.I started brushing her teeth to keep the inflammation down. Fast forward a few months and the symptoms had gotten worse, not better. A trip to the vet showed showed that she had juvenile stomatitis. The vet was hoping that it would entirely go away once she reached adult hood. Sadly, that's not looking like the outcome we are getting. Stomatitis is scary and painful- she can't breathe without feeling pain. She can't eat without feeling pain. The only option the veterinary staff have is a full mouth extraction- a very expensive procedure. I don't ask for things often...but I would love to be able to save my friend. To improve her quality of life. Stomatitis will continue to worsen until she can't eat, it will eventually kill her.
Thank you so much for helping me. Any amount would be so kind and I would be eternally grateful. I'm just trying to put a dent in the credit card I'm going to take out to pay this- The surgery can cost anywhere from two to five thousand dollars.
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