Declawing a Colorpoint Persian is an intense procedure called a onychectomy, performed with anesthesia, that removes the claw from each finger (from the first knuckle out) of the Colorpoint Persian’s forepaws. There’s a tiny chance of a fatality during the procedure, and a declawed Colorpoint Persian may have an increased risk of infection and perpetual discomfort in its paws. This operation is not appropriate for an adult Colorpoint Persian and is labeled an act of animal cruelty in some places (below).
Have you contemplated buying a necklace for your Colorpoint Persian? Keep reading and you will read about some of the wellness benefits of Colorpoint Persian necklaces as well as the bump in style you will give to your Colorpoint Persian.
Alternative Veterinary Medicine is considered the field that takes into consideration and evaluates many different topics affecting the health and wellness of Colorpoint Persians.
Colorpoint Persians are predators. Never forget that when you’re trying to decide what food you should serve to your new Colorpoint Persian. That may be the reason your Colorpoint Persian rejects the food you prepare for him. You can have a difficult time getting your new Colorpoint Persian to eat if you’re giving him food that is not meat or formulated from meat products.
What do Colorpoint Persians eat?
Remember Colorpoint Persians are closely related to the fiercest of cats — pumas, tigers and lions — so keep that in mind as you’re feeding your Colorpoint Persian. You wouldn’t witness a full grown panther on Animal Planet eating an apple, drinking milk or chewing grass in the wild.