My cat

Discussion in 'Dreadlocks' started by CSJ, Jun 30, 2006.

  1. CSJ

    CSJ Member

    this is so weird,


    a few weeks ago i noticed something hard on my cat's fur and i realized some how around his lower spin his hair has matted up into a neat tight dread, hell its even tighter then a few of mine

    anybody else have something like this happen to their pet?


    ill try and post a pic later
     
  2. Raving Sultan

    Raving Sultan Banned

    Nobody Cares About Your Pussy!
     
  3. wildflowereyes

    wildflowereyes Senior Member

    my cat had some on his lower back for awhile cause he wasnt grooming himself anymore.

    but then he started to again and he's back to normal hair (i think my dad helped some by brushing it out)
     
  4. icedteapriestess

    icedteapriestess linguistic freak

    this is very common in the domestic long hairs. Short haired cats don't dread. Long haired cats and dogs do if not groomed regularily.
     
  5. MadEyeMoody

    MadEyeMoody Member

    my cousin got a puddle and it was an dread lock rasta dog it was weird
     
  6. WorldPeace

    WorldPeace Senior Member

    I know a cat of a friend of mine had locks everywhere when they got it, so they had to shave a lot of hair away, it wasn't nice for the cat, so if your cat has locks cut them, probably hurts the cat..
     
  7. CSJ

    CSJ Member

    my cat is short haired by the way, whenever i touch the dread he doesnt seem to mind....
     
  8. sweetdreadlover

    sweetdreadlover TattooedRainbowGurl

    my little chow chow puppy gets them all of the time...lucky bitch...lol
     
  9. icedteapriestess

    icedteapriestess linguistic freak

    Does he wear a collar? Is something rubbing him in that spot constantly and is making it hard for him to groom himself there?
     
  10. dreadlockswampy

    dreadlockswampy Swampmiester

    I groom my cats twice a week, they just love it so no rasta cats here
     
  11. CSJ

    CSJ Member

    no my cat does not wear a collar


    he's by no means a mountain cat or anything my family and i take good care of him.
     
  12. icedteapriestess

    icedteapriestess linguistic freak

    I hope you don't think I was implying that you didn't take care of your cat. Cats usually groom themselves sufficently, well... short haired cats at least. I was only attempting to come up with explainations to the dread situation.
     

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