Declawing a Somali is an intense procedure called a onychectomy, performed using anesthesia, that removes the claw of each digit (from the first knuckle out) of the Somali’s paws. There’s a tiny possibility of death in the surgery, and a declawed Somali might experience an increased risk of infection and perpetual displeasure in its paws. This procedure isn’t recommended for a full-grown Somali and is called an act of animal cruelty in some regions (as shown below).
Have you considered obtaining a necklace for your Somali? Continue reading and you’ll learn some of the psychological benefits of Somali necklaces not to mention the bump in style you’ll give your favorite companion.
Alternative Veterinary Medicine is known as a field that considers and analyzes several ideas concerning thewellness and health of your Somali.
Somalis, like all cats, eat meat. Never forget that when you’re trying to decide which food your Somali should eat. If you stray from her natural diet, your Somali may seem like a picky eater. If you’re giving your her food that is not meat or formulated from meat products, you will have difficulty getting your Somali to eat.
What food you should give to your Somali.
Always keep in mind Somalis share recent ancestry with the largest of cats — cheetahs, lions and tigers — so take that to heart when feeding your Somali. You won’t ever see an adult puma on Animal Planet chewing grass, drinking milk, or eating an apple in the wild.