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What happens if you shave your cat

You may notice when you shave your cat that the hair is shorter, but the hair that is left will grow back thicker and darker. Your cat may also experience some discomfort as the hair that is left grows back thicker and darker.

Eventually, the hair that is left will grow back to its original length and color. If you continue to shave your cat, the hair will grow back thick, dark, and more coarse.

Your cat may have problems with being groomed if you shave them. The cat will have to groom itself and this may cause some discomfort. Also, if someone else is grooming your cat, the cat may not like it.

This is because cats are very sensitive about what other people do to them. This is why it is important to never shave your cat or your cat may feel threatened.

Shaving a cat can cause scarring, infection, or other problems

If you shave your cat, the hair that is left may grow back thicker and darker than it was before you shaved the cat. This is because the hair follicles are damaged by the procedure.

The hair follicles will grow back thicker and darker, and it will be more coarse. If this happens, your cat may have a problem grooming itself.

If you continue to shave your cat, the hair will grow back thicker and darker, and it will be more coarse.

This is because the hair follicles are damaged by the procedure. The hair follicles will grow back thicker and darker, and it will be more coarse.

If this happens, your cat may have a problem grooming itself.

This is because the hair follicles are damaged by the procedure.

The hair follicles will grow back thicker and darker, and it will be more coarse.

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