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Twilight Medical

Twilight needs her teeth fixed

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Twilight's wish list

Date:
November 23, 2015
Posted By:
Sandy
Twilight's Christmas Wish

Twilight (brown kitty) has been a long term resident of AEAR. She came to us at six-years-old. She is FIV positive with chronic allergy issues.

Twilight did get adopted out once but was returned when the family decided to move and couldn't take her with. She came back to live with us....

Twilight is a regular at educational programs and sometimes pet therapy. She is a favorite of many volunteers.

As you can see in the photo, Twilight embraces new boarders at the orphanage. Here she is with kitten Cali. Cali's litter mates got adopted together and she was left behind. She has found great comfort in curling up with Twilight.

I have been noticing that she won't eat any dry food so today we took her to the vet. Her teeth are really bad. Depending on which vet we use and how many teeth need to be pulled will depend on the cost of the dental. But a rough estimate would be $175-300.

If you would like to help Twilight this holiday season by contributing to her dental she will be very happy because she won't be in pain any more.

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