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Old July 4th, 2013, 08:45 AM
Barkingdog Barkingdog is offline
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Originally Posted by Koteburo View Post
Might be not so bad for now to stay in until the coat grows a bit. It's summer after all and sometimes they can get really Sun burnt when shaved. Happened to our goddess once and it's not something you want your cat to experience. I mean, it doesn't necessarily mean that'll happen but since the kitty doesn't want to go out... Might as well stay in the shade. After the sunburn the goddess slept a lot, had hot skin and she was cold, not to the touch (she was hot to the touch) as if she was running a fever.
That is a good idea. I knew of a Samoyed husky that got cancer because it owner had his fur shaved off for the summer. The poor dog got a sunburn .
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