The vet did say she wants to see him in two weeks but she can't even get near him. I asked her how she would look at his mouth and she said from a distance. Well I am not going to pay $50 for her to stand away from him and say he looks good. I have been feeding him wet food for the week, and of course he is on all kinds of medication. I am going to start softening his diabetic dry food so he can eat that from now on. I think with all those teeth gone it's going to be too hard for him to eat normal hard food. His eyes also wigged out the night after his dental. One eye was fully dilated and the other was not. I googled this and of course this is a major sign of stroke. Luckily my vet will email after hours if you email her so I emailed her right away! She did say this was a symptom of coming down off morphine. But it was still very scary.
Be sure to get your cat's teeth cleaned. I had NO idea this is how bad his teeth were. I would've never know he was in pain. His breath did stink real bad so that's how I knew it was time. Plus my vet had 10% off this month for dentals so I saved a lot of money there too.
|Yellow teeth are the ones removed|