Declawing a Highlander is a major operation known as onychectomy, performed under anesthesia, which removes the claw of each toe (from the first knuckle out) of the Highlander’s paw. There is a miniscule possibility of death during the surgery, and a declawed Highlander might have a slight risk of infection and perpetual displeasure in his paws. This surgery isn’t suitable for a mature Highlander and is labeled an act of animal cruelty in some places (as shown below).
Have you considered acquiring a necklace for your Highlander? In this article you’ll learn some of the wellness benefits of Highlander necklaces and also the upgrade in style your Highlander will receive.
Alternative Veterinary Medicine is known as a field that considers and analyzes a multitude of studies that affect thewellness and health of your Highlander.
Highlanders love meat. That’s the most important thing to keep in mind while deciding how you should feed the Highlander. If you don’t stick to this, your Highlander may seem like a picky eater. You can have trouble getting your new Highlander to eat if you’re giving him non-meat based foods like fruits, vegetables, dairy, nuts, seeds, etc.
Feeding the Highlander.
You must always remember Highlanders are closely related to the biggest of cats — lions, tigers,and cougars, etc. — so keep that in mind while feeding your Highlander. Never will you see a mature cheetah on Animal Planet chewing grass, eating an apple, or drinking milk in nature.