Declawing a Birman is an intense procedure known as onychectomy, performed under anesthesia, that removes the claw from each digit (from the first knuckle out) of the Birman’s paw. There’s a slight possibility of death in the procedure, and a declawed Birman might have a slight risk of infection and long-term discomfort in its paws. This procedure is not appropriate for a mature Birman and is called an act of animal cruelty in some regions (as below).
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Alternative Veterinary Medicine is known as the field that takes into consideration and evaluates several topics that influence thewellness and health of your Birman.
Birmans are predators. Keep that in mind when pondering what you should feed the Birman. That may be the reason the Birman rejects the meals you prepare for her. You will have trouble getting the Birman to eat if you’re giving him non-meat based foods like fruits, vegetables, dairy, nuts, seeds, etc.
What should Birmans eat?
Always remember Birmans share much of their dna with the fiercest of cats — cougars, lions and tigers — so keep that in mind while feeding the Birman. Never will you see a mature cheetah on Animal Planet eating an apple, chewing grass, or drinking milk in his natural habitat.