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  • Dreadlocked cat dementia

    This poor cat. People with dementia may love their pets, but someone has to supervise their care. It's very dangerous for the pet. Not the owner's fault of course, the poor owner was in no condition to care for an animal.
    http://nypost.com/2016/12/22/dreadlo...of-matted-fur/

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    Never in my life have I seen anything like this, especially with cats, who's hair only grows to a certain length.......this must have 20" dreads. My question is......where in the heck were the family members in all this time........because it took years for this to occur and they knew this guy had cats.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dolly View Post
      Never in my life have I seen anything like this, especially with cats, who's hair only grows to a certain length
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      Especially considering this is a SHORTHAIRED cat!! That said, one of the worst matted cats I have seen was a short hair. It seems to me that the shorthairs are the ones most likely to "dreadlock". Most likely, the older shed is just getting pushed further out by the newer shed to create the dreadlocks.

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