my cat just had his back leg amputated and he has to wear a 6 in halo to keep from licking the incision.Is there anything like a shirt or onesy to put on him so he doesnt have to wear this halo all time
oh your poor kitty....however it is so amazing how well these little critters adjust, soon he'll be racing around like he was born on 3 legs :) I too really hate those halo's and YES there is a great alternative, I will give you the link to amazon who carry them but so do many good pet supply stores if you have one in your area. these are SOFT cones so they bend and flex with kitty and don't interfere with eating/drinking/stairs etc...still can't lick with it on, so it is a perfect answer......good luck to kitty :)
Its a lot out of topic, but since you're official researcher here and live in the Cats Paradise, I wanna ask you something.
Has someone already developed a "vaccum cleaner for cats" - meaning something that "***** " dead fur right from the animal and keep in a small bag for we dont have to brush them so often?
Preferably not noisy ;-)
I decided to put that collar on my wish list to have on hand as part of pet emergency kit. If Akira's allergies flare up again, that might be a good option to have on hand that would be far more comfortable than the plastic ones.
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