- Dec 27, 2018
Yesterday one of my girls went in for nail clips and some blood work. I decided to make this a vet visit vs tech as all my cats were seen 2 months ago for vaccines and arthritis was mentioned in my older cat who shows no signs. This girl however I often see her flench he lower back and will often roll over on her back to have her tummy pet vs back. She doesn’t like the touch of the back anymore. Soo I thought let’s get the vet to give her another look. She did notice it this time on exam. She also pointed out she has 3 black dissolved teeth that need to be removed! We were there 2 months ago and at the time she was only suggested for a dental cleaning. I don’t think this is something they would have missed? Could there be any reason in just two months her teeth would dissolve like this? Or was it more likely that it was missed? I was not there for the appt. But I have messaged the vet to ask if this could be something wrong with their food and if we need to bring sisters back in for double checking. Has anyone ever seen this happen so fast? She will be 9 in December.