It is not known how long the cat has been in such a state, but it is reported that the amount of hair growing on its body is more than the entire body.
Recently, the Arizona Welfare Organization (AHS) in the United States received a case that even they don’t know what it is. The strange creature is covered with dense fur, low and high, looks very strange. And the staff here decided to help it cut a bit.
After removing the fur, he turned out to be a wild cat. It is not known how long it is in this condition, but according to AHS staff, the clipped hairs weigh 2 pounds (almost 1 kg), which is a quarter of the cat’s body weight. Julie Bolchalk, AHS staff member, said she has never encountered a case of hair growing so thick, even larger than the entire body.
The amount of bushy hair makes up a quarter of the cat’s body weight, weighing up to almost 1 kg.
After handling the fur they named the cat Fluffer and although it was a wild cat, but during the process Fluffer was very obedient, sitting still to allow the experts to cut himself. And the luckiest, after 2 days of “makeover” of his appearance, my cat was adopted, no longer a stray.
The Fluffer hair removal process takes up to 1 hour.
All of Fluffer’s photos and stories were posted by AHS on their fan page on the social network Facebook. It is revealed that the 4-year-old cat was abandoned after the death of Fluffer’s former owner, causing him to struggle on his own and survive on the outside.
According to Bretta Nelson, director of public relations at AHS, the unit got a call just hours after helping Fluffer cut his hair, saying the previous owner had passed away. Additionally, the director also revealed that the wildcat hair takes 1 hour to clean.
This is the Fluffer after the hair has been cut.
Sharing with Bored Panda, Bretta said, “She’s a cute cat. We don’t need anesthesia to direct Fluffer’s hair. Unlike other cats, Fluffer obediently waits to clean the female’s fur.”