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RE: Emily

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Posted by: Cailin at Sun Jan 4 15:42:38 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Cailin ]  
   

I know everyone else has already said it- but my old cat did just fine with very few teeth. The DSH I had growing up lived to be 17 and lost most of her teeth by the time she was into her teens. Thankfully, she never had any trouble with dry cat food. (She was one of those cats that would throw up pretty regularly but the vet could never find anything wrong with her. Wet food tended to make the problem worse, so I don't know what we would have done if she hadn't been able to eat dry anymore!) I think they must have very tough pallets because she did a pretty good job of crunching her food too. So try not to worry! I'm sure Emily will be fine...


   

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