i would have done this last night but came home and crashed out in bed.
we ended up deciding to put her down as sh
e was only 481gms and suppose to be 4yrs old so that is under wieght and any surgery to be done was too risky and she would probably need all her molars removed this was before we looked at her mouth!
our vet is really good he gives them a gas to make them sleepy before actually injecting them makes things much nicer for all involved, i was racked with guilt but knew there wasn't much hope with things this far advanced.
our vet decided thatbefore we gave her the injection to check her mouth just to make sure, the malocusion was sooooo bad she could not open her mouth her teeth had overgrown that much, she would have eventually starved or at least dehydrated to death!
i feel better knowing that i made the right decision but sad cos she had obviously suffered before this and her previous owner hadn't done the right thing.
my next worry is that because we have no dental history on the other that came with her and the only information i got from the petshop was that they were both suppose to be 4 yrs old and could not be housed together are they sisters or considering that No Toes looks younger are they mother and daughter and how far pronounced if any are her teeth?
(we call her No Toes cos she got no toes on her front feet she has nubs and thats about it)
so sorry to ramble and thanks for al the concern
Rest in Peace Olivia no one can hurt you now