07 January 2019

Lost Molar

Few weeks ago, our human found a hard, moist funny looking kibble in Winnie's stainless steel food dish among her special kibbles for senior cats.

Out of curiosity, our human picked it up and tapped it on the tiled floor. It was rock hard. Only then it dawned on our human that Winnie's molar tooth fell off.

Being such a good, quiet girl, Winnie never complained about her discomfort and our human had absolutely no idea.

Right now Winnie is the same, eating lots and calling out loud demanding pets.


Mickey's Musings said...

Quite a find! Good to hear she is eating well and looking for attention :)
Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
yikes! at least the eating hasn't stopped... hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

Marg said...

Glad Winnie is still eating well. It is amazing how cats can adjust. I have two cats that have no teeth and still eat well, even dry food. You all have a fine day.

Fr. Tom Fishworthy said...

It must have been a surprise to her as well when she discovered it falling out! Glad she's doing well..I honestly don't know how many teeth I've got left at this point. I still eat like a horse!! - Tom x

Brian said...

Ouch! I am so glad that sweet Winnie is still eating good!

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

Poor Winnie. I am glad she is still eating.

Katie Isabella said...

Oh WINNIE poor little girl. So glad that's over and you feel all better now.

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meowmeowmans said...

Oh! We sure are glad Winnie is doing okay, and still eating!