Declawing a Cheetoh is an intense operation known as onychectomy, performed with anesthesia, which eliminates the claw of each finger (from the first knuckle out) of the Cheetoh’s paws. There is always a miniscule chance of a fatality in the procedure, and a declawed Cheetoh may have an increased risk of infection and permanent pain in its paws. This operation isn’t advised for an adult Cheetoh and is termed an act of animal cruelty in some places (as shown below).
Have you thought about purchasing a necklace for your Cheetoh? Keep reading and you will read about some of the psychological benefits of Cheetoh necklaces in addition to the bump in style your Cheetoh will get.
Alternative Veterinary Medicine is considered the field that takes into consideration and evaluates many different topics that affect the health and wellness of Cheetohs.
Cheetohs are natural predators. Never forget that while contemplating which food your Cheetoh should eat. If you don’t stick to his natural diet, your Cheetoh will become a picky eater. If you’re giving your him food that is not meat or formulated from meat products, you may have difficulty getting your Cheetoh to eat.
What do Cheetohs eat?
Always remember Cheetohs share a recent common ancestor with the fiercest of felines — leopards, lions and tigers — so take that to heart when feeding the Cheetoh. Never will you witness an adult jaguar on National Geographic drinking milk, chewing grass, or eating an apple in his natural habitat.