Declawing a Egyptian Mau is an intense procedure called a onychectomy, performed using anesthesia, which removes the claw of each finger (from the first knuckle out) of the Egyptian Mau’s paws. There is a remote possibility of a fatality in the operation, and a declawed Egyptian Mau might have a slight risk of infection and perpetual discomfort in its paws. This operation is not advised for an adult Egyptian Mau and is considered an act of animal cruelty in some places (shown below).
Egyptian Maus, like all cats, eat meat. Keep that in mind while pondering what foods to feed the Egyptian Mau. If you stray from this, your Egyptian Mau may reject your food offerings. You can have a hard time getting your Egyptian Mau to eat if you’re giving him non-meat based foods like fruits, vegetables, dairy, nuts, seeds, etc.
What should Egyptian Maus eat?
Always remember Egyptian Maus share recent ancestry with the biggest of felines — tigers, lions,and leopards, etc. — so take that to heart when you’re feeding the Egyptian Mau. Never will you witness a full grown panther on Animal Planet chewing grass, eating an apple, or drinking milk in his natural habitat.
Have you contemplated getting a necklace for your Egyptian Mau? In this article you will learn some of the wellness benefits of Egyptian Mau necklaces and also the bump in style your Egyptian Mau will receive.
Alternative Veterinary Medicine is considered the practice that takes into consideration and analyzes many different ideas that influence the health and wellness of your Egyptian Mau.