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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by catbird8, May 11, 2010.


  1. catbird8

    catbird8 PetForums Member

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    just taken my oldest sheila to have her teeth scaled and polished. She was so nervous and i feel terrible. Hopeshe will be ok.
     
  2. HollyM

    HollyM PetForums VIP

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    Can i ask how much it costs and how regularly you would get this done? Hope she is ok.
     
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    shamykebab PetForums VIP

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    Oh hun, I'm sure she'll be fine - she'll feel so much better for it after it's done :).

    My eldest needs his doing too, but the vet doesn't want to put him under anaesthetic unless he's actually unable to eat :confused:. Hmmm...
     
  4. catbird8

    catbird8 PetForums Member

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    I was in two minds about taking sheila today because she is 11 and is really nervous. Well thank god i did! Just been on the phone to the vet and she had 2 rotten teeth!
    It is going to cost around £150 for scale, polish and extractions. This is the first time she has had her teeth polished. My other cat Eddy is only 2 and he has already had 1 tooth out. I dont routinely have the cats teeth scaled and polished, i just go with the vets advice and keep an eye on their health, are they eating less or havving ttrouble eatinng etc. xxx:thumbup:
     
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