Naula was an 8 month old, female, domestic medium haired grey tabby cat. She came to NASAP in April 2016, from the EHS where she was surrendered by her previous owner. 

She was very friendly and had lived with other dogs and cats. After entering the EHS, Naula had a mouth exam done and it was determined she has juvenile gingivitis.  

She required full mouth x-rays and had many teeth with bone regression extracted at the time of her spay. She was placed on a dental diet and had daily teeth brushing. Because Naula was still quite young, bone had not fully formed in her mouth. This would cause earlier mouth erosion as she ages, because bone did not have time to fully grow.


There is still a a 50/50 chance that full mouth extractions will be needed in the future. However she was adopted end of July 2016! And she is doing great in her FURever home!  

Thank you to all who donated towards her care and the care of cats similar to her, requiring extensive medical care while in foster care