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Removing A Kitten’s Retained Baby Tooth

Occasionally a kitten's baby tooth may not fall out when the permanent tooth comes in. To avoid ruining your kitten's bite, you may need to practice some feline dentistry.


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If your cat is diagnosed with dental issues that require extraction, don’t be too distressed. Cats can eat wet food (and usually even dry!) without some or even all of their teeth and live a long and healthy life.

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