Many cats dislike wearing any type of clothing, so the key is to go slowly and not force a cat to wear a sweater if he really resists. “Put the head through, and then you can put the front feet in and see how the cat tolerates that,” Sikule recommends.
How-To Fill your sock with stuffing, leaving the ankle area empty. Fold over the empty ankle and hot glue it to the back of the sock . Hot glue mini pom poms onto the sock to make the eyes and nose. Cut ears out of felt and hot glue onto the head. In the same way, cut felt arms, legs, and a tummy for the cat .
(1) Make a slit through both sides of the hood approx 3/4 the length of the base of the ear . (2) Place ear in slit so right side of hood is touching right side of ear . Be sure ear is facing forward. (3) Stitch ear into place.
Best-dressed list. We realize that your feline friend looks to-die-for in coats, booties and sweaters , but take care when dressing cats in winter wear . According to Los Angeles veterinarian Alisha Tran, “a light coat or sweater won’t hurt, but is unnecessary for short periods of cold.”
Cats are pretty well adapted for cold weather, but when the temperature dips below freezing they are susceptible to hypothermia and frostbite. During periods of cold weather, cats will go looking for a warm place to hunker down. Building an outside shelter for a cat can be an inexpensive and fun project for the family.
Many cats will fall over or freeze when they feel the harness because it triggers a survival response that they would employ if grabbed by a predator. You need to help them move through this instinctual behavior with a highly attractive motivation – toy or treat — and lots of praise.
Take out your sock . Put stuffing in your sock …all the way down to the tip of the sock . Now on side ‘A’, form a ball by making sure that some of the stuffing is at that corner and then just pushing down with your thumbs to form a ball.