amalie79 wrote:I seem to remember an episode of Calling All Pets where she explains a theory that the more white and non-camouflage coloring, the more domestic, and vice versa, making tabbies super wild! I know mine is-- we've had to sedate her for simple exams . But I still think they have the best personalities.
call2arms wrote:Seems like it's now slightly swollen up to the first phalange that attaches to the hand. Poop.
My tabby cat is pretty harmless, he's declawed all 4 (that was done before we adopted im) and he has about 3 teeth left in his mouth. I love him. Not that he would do anything anyway, he's the terrorized-lay-flat-like-a-pancake type cat.
Latching kitten sounds painful... Ouch.
NOt sure about the color related to behavior thing... But the wildest ones are for sure the abyssinians, bengals and burmeses. For the most part they're all crazy in their heads when they're at the vet. There's a bengal at work that requires 3 people, a muzzle, the gloves and a towel to do a nail trim. Yes. A nail trim. I've seen an Abyssinian be euthanized at 3 years old, he constantly attacked his owners (not to play). They had consulted a beaviorist, given medications to try and help with anxiety, they had let him outside, provided him with everything they could, and still nothing worked. He was a scary cat, and I'm not scared of aggressive cats.
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