Cali – Living on the Streets with Stomatitis

3/16/21 – Meet Cali. Unbelievably she has lived in the yard of a very kind couple, along with two other cats, for the past 8 years. Cali recently started ‘howling’ whenever she tried eating. Her caretaker advised that Cali and her buddies do enter their kitchen for breakfast but are “truly feral”. Cali was taken to a vet and after paying a considerable bill, they learned that Cali had stomatitis which is an inflammation in a cat’s mouth. The mouth becomes irritated and inflamed. The tissues in the mouth will include the gums, cheeks, and the tongue. The disease is common, painful and affects cat of all breeds and ages. It can become so severe that cats will not eat, which is the case with Cali. It can also cause ulcers within the mouth. In past cases we’ve been involved with, it usually requires the extraction of teeth. Cali has an appointment with one of our veterinary partners on Monday, March 22. Paws crossed that we can give her a second chance at a pain-free life. – diana
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