Is it bad to shave your cat?
I shaved my cat the other day and he seems to be okay with it. He has so much fur that I basically just gave him a haircut because he kept getting mats on his back due to being unable to reach the area to clean himself. He was angry at me for a day or so, but he got over it. What do you think?
It felt humilated for sure, just like his dignity has been robed, but he get over because pets aren't like humans, they forgive n forget
We once had a long haired cat and we usually gave him a "haircut" for the summer months. He was never thrilled with being held down while we trimmed him, of course ...(when it was done I swear he scowled at us for days ... "I WILL have vengeance!") but he got over it quickly enough.
Unless you live in the Arctic Circle or something, there's no real consequences to shaving your cat. He'll just be put off by the act itself, and maybe be a little curious as to where all his fur went, but otherwise, there's nothing to worry about.
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