Cooper always had “kitty breath” with very red and inflamed gums. He became fussy with food and eventually stopped eating and became very lethargic. The emergency clinic diagnosis was feline ulcerative stomatitis, possibly caused by an overactive immune system. He was sent home on a course of antibiotics, but the problem reappeared. The recommendation was a full-mouth tooth extraction. However, there was no guarantee that would fix the problem.
Cooper was then brought to The Holistic Vet and treated with acupuncture, biopuncture, supplements, and an organic diet.
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