And yes - she has no teeth. Helen developed a condition known as juvenile-onset stomatitis, an autoimmune disease causing pain and inflammation in the mouth - and the most successful treatment is removal of the teeth. But now her gums are pink and healthy and the vet has cleared her for adoption. Don't worry about feeding - this girl can eat kibble as well as the wet food - you'll be impressed.
Helen lives in a multi-cat household and gets along with everyone - she's outgoing and loving - sure to settle in well.
Adoption procedure includes an adoption application and home visit.
Adoption fee applies and includes:
current on age-appropriate vaccinations
FIV/ feline leukemia testing
cat training/ behavior DVD
certificate for a free veterinary wellness exam
oodles of kitty love ;-)
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