Declawing the Asian Semi-longhair is a major operation known as onychectomy, performed with anesthesia, which removes the claw of each digit (from the first knuckle out) of the Asian Semi-longhair’s paw. There’s a miniscule chance of death during the operation, and a declawed Asian Semi-longhair might have a slight risk of infection and permanent displeasure in her paws. This operation isn’t advised for an adult Asian Semi-longhair and is labeled an act of animal cruelty in some places (as shown below).
Have you thought about getting a necklace for your Asian Semi-longhair? read on and you’ll read about some of the health benefits of Asian Semi-longhair necklaces as well as the bump in style it’ll give your Asian Semi-longhair.
Alternative Veterinary Medicine is considered a field that considers and evaluates myriad topics that affect the health and wellness of your Asian Semi-longhair.
Asian Semi-longhairs eat meat and meat only. Please remember that as you are pondering which food your Asian Semi-longhair should eat. If you don’t adhere to her intended diet, the Asian Semi-longhair will seem like a picky eater. You may have a difficult time getting your Asian Semi-longhair to eat if you’re giving him non-meat based foods like fruits, vegetables, dairy, nuts, seeds, etc.
Feeding your Asian Semi-longhair.
Keep in mind Asian Semi-longhairs are closely related to the fiercest of felines — cheetahs, lions and tigers — so take that to heart when feeding your Asian Semi-longhair. Never will you see a mature jaguar on Animal Planet eating an apple, drinking milk or chewing grass in the wild.