I want to dye my cat pink ?
My cat is grey, with green eyes. I was thinking of dying her fur either a pink or pallid shade. I do not, of course, desire to harm my cat. I know that any dye I put on her would be ingested through licking. This is why I am looking for any SAFE PET DYES out there? I know in that are; as some celebrities have done it before. If I be to dye her pink or yellow, NO bleaching would be necessary, would it? Also, how long would the PET DYE last and how much would this cost whether I wanted to get this done at a (pet) salon? Where could you also purchase the product?
FYI, I LOVE my cat. I do not consider this as animal abuse because it does not impair the cat in any way if it is a out of danger dye. So please do not give me any useless critisicm, because I know what animal abuse is. I am totally against it, but this is something fun to do once is your life.
and that would deffinately harm the cat
and he wouldnt resembling it either
but if u really want it that bad perchance u could just dye the tip of his tail or something
itd be cheaper 2 and it might be safer cuz hi wouldnt lick it
but grey and pink or yellow would look wierd
u could dye it blue or green
I know you don't want to hear this but this is the most stupid idea I hold ever heard. Just grow up and get a life, that doesn't include dying a cat.
But the thing is, dogs don't lick themselves as much as cats do. Like you said, doesn`t matter what you use, your cat is probably going to swallow a LOT of it. I'd think about getting her a cute sparkly collar instead.
your cat cannot refuse such treatment as it has no human voice.
whether you are so keen and interested in changing colours, dye yourself PINK or better still YELLOW and ask why you are such an egit
Oh, and go with the pink. =]
When dyeing animal fur, in attendance is ALWAYS a chance that animals may not tolerate odors or residues left by these products, non-toxic or not. They may not react favorably to the transmute in response that people will exhibit when they encounter strangely colored pets. It is possible they could have allergic reaction or eye irritation depending on the product formulation.
Unnecessarily putting your animal at risk for your own entertainment may not sound like abuse to you, but it should come pretty close.
Having your pet dyed by a groomer can cost between $30.00 and $150.00. Other dying methods include chalk, food colouring, and jello mix. Over the counter products alter, you'd have to look into each individual product offered in your nouns.
However, rather than using your cat like a doll for your amusement, you could also spend the money on something BOTH of you can enjoy, such as some cat toys.