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Q. Cat that we have his tooth is out and leg is been bitten or something but he looks horrible called so many places no one will take him :(

A. I am sorry to hear that you are having trouble finding medical help for your cat. I would recommend going in as a "Walk-in" so that you can get him proper treatment. Typically clinics that are busy will consider a walk-in appointment especially if the injuries look like they need to be tended to right away. If you prefer you can inquire over the phone if the clinic in mind takes "walk-ins" before you go. Just be prepared for a potential wait time to get your kitty in to be seen.

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DESTINI R. HOLLOWAY, DVM

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