I think with this blog post Cary Vaughn, a cat daddy of five has a serious point. It is important to keep your house – and your cats meth-free! Enjoy.
In the span of two weeks, Partner spent over $1,000 on dental work for two out of five of our cats. Only hours afterdepositing the heathens at the vet’s officefor what was only supposed to be a cleaning, I received a phone call stating that numerous teeth required extraction from each cat’s face hole (my words, not theirs).
Rather than linger on what one-thousand-some-odd of Partner’s dollars could have afforded me (that’s a lot of liquor and corn dogs), I launched an investigation (i.e. Googled) into this peculiar and expensive outbreak of dental decomposition.
Since “tooth decay” was too generic a search term for my situation, I typed in”mouth rot” and discovered an alarmingly accurate description ofan issue muchdeeper than just poor hygiene: meth mouth.
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