Declawing a Javanese is an intense procedure known as onychectomy, performed under anesthesia, that eliminates the claw of each finger (from the first knuckle out) of the Javanese’s forepaw. There’s a remote possibility of a fatality in the surgery, and a declawed Javanese may experience a slight risk of infection and perpetual displeasure in her paws. This procedure is not recommended for a mature Javanese and is referred to as an act of animal cruelty in some places (as below).
Have you contemplated obtaining a necklace for your Javanese? In this article you will learn some of the health benefits of Javanese necklaces in addition to the upgrade in style your Javanese will get.
Alternative Veterinary Medicine is considered a field of study that takes into consideration and evaluates several topics affecting thewellness and health of Javaneses.
Javaneses are predators. Please remember that as you are considering what foods you should feed your new Javanese. That might explain why your Javanese seems like a finicky eater. If you’re giving your him food that is not meat or formulated from meat products, you will have a difficult time getting the Javanese to eat.
What to serve to your Javanese?
Always remember Javaneses share a recent common ancestor with the fiercest of cats — lions, tigers,and cougars, etc. — so keep that in mind when feeding your Javanese. Never will you witness a full grown panther on National Geographic eating an apple, chewing grass, or drinking milk in nature.