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Discussion in 'Cat Health and Nutrition' started by Bethany Alice, Jan 8, 2020.


  1. Bethany Alice

    Bethany Alice PetForums Newbie

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    Hi everyone

    Pretty new to using forums but I’m trying to learn as much as I possibly can about cat behaviours, we have 2 little fur-babies
    Meg - 6 yr - British short-hair cross & Meeko - 4 months - black and white.
    With Meg being and adult that that we only adopted 6 months ago, I’m starting to realise the more research you do, the more you get the best out of them...

    My first question is this,
    Meggy has all her molars and canines but her insisors on the bottom row have been ground down to stumps.
    We’ve tried her on so many different types of wet food, but the only one she can eat is the Gormet Petite as the meat is shredded & it has gravy not jelly, so it’s pretty easy for her to lap up.
    Problem is, I’m aware Gormet is supposedly one of the worst brands for them, so I’m after some advice from anyone who might have a cat with ground-down teeth on what you feed your cats?

    Thanks I’m advance
     
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