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Canned food for Gros Minet

Worrying weight loss, damaged teeth, lameness... poor Gros Minet has been tested by life on the street!
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Canned food for Gros Minet
Worrying weight loss, damaged teeth, lameness... poor Gros Minet has been tested by life on the street!

256 cans
offered

256 cans
necessary

A Pas de Chats decided to move forward the ending date of their campaign because the quantity left in their stock of canned food is highly critical. They are conscious that it might increase the risk of failure of this campaign.

Worrying weight loss, damaged teeth, lameness... poor Gros Minet has been tested by life on the street!

1. He weighs only 1,9 kg !

Gros Minet is a cat of about 9 years old, tired by the life in the street. He is in bad shape: his teeth are damaged and full of tartar, which makes it difficult for him to eat. He is therefore very skinny, and weighs less than 2 kg!

It's a vicious circle : his teeth are too damaged to allow him to chew, so he loses weight... but as long as he is so skinny, the veterinarian can't put him to sleep to give him the necessary dental care!

2. He limps...

We don't know why, but Gros Minet is limping with his left hind leg. We give him an anti-inflammatory treatment, to see how the situation evolves. But for the moment this paw is handicapping him!

3. Canned food would allow him to put on weight so that he can be cured

To start eating again despite the state of his teeth, Gros Minet will need canned food that are very easy to ingest. He would then get his protein back to a normal weight.

The veterinarian could then put him to sleep for a scaling and a dental extraction, in order to solve the problem of Gros Minet at the source.

4. The situation is not getting better!

Until recently, we were still at 300 cats to take care of, with a deficit of several thousand euros. Unfortunately there have been many deaths, as well as a few adoptions. So the number of cats has decreased, but we still need help!

Beneficiary
Association A Pas De Chats
2 rue Victor Hugo
59494 Petite-Forêt
FR France

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