Cat In A Shark Costume Chases A Duck While Riding A Roomba

You won’t stop laughing after seeing this video, which is about a cute duck chasing a cat who is wearing a shark costume. In the video, the duck appears to be acting as a police officer ensuring the safety of the cat as he goes around the floor on a Roomba robot vacuum. But wait! There’s a dog too who is also wearing a cute costume.

Is it okay to dress up your cats in costumes? Yes! But it all depends on the personality of your cats. Fewer cats are seen dressed up for occasions such as Halloween or “pet day” events. Some cats find it upsetting when forced to wear costumes. Here some tips before you consider buying a costume for your cat.

First, do not force your cat to put on a costume if he feels uneasy with it. Imagine yourself being coerced to wear a piece of clothing that you loathe and being in a crowd of people wearing a dress that looks like a tacky costume from an old Broadway show? The ick factor is just unimaginable!

Second, your cat deserves a good fit. There is a possibility that your cat might get hurt if he wears a garment that can be uncomfortable. Cats are admired by pet lovers for the beauty of their coats. Covering their fur is a distraction to their feline beauty.

Third, your cat loves to move about. A costume can limit their ability to sense the world around him. Cats’ tendency to freak is triggered by the discomfort caused by the costume which could prevent them from hearing and seeing clearly.

So what is the best type of costume that is the right choice for your cat? Costumes that are looser is ideal for cats. Clothes that are constricting is a big NO! If your cat really hates wearing a costume, why not settle for a cute bow tie?

It is important to keep an eye on your cat when he is in costume which can pose danger. Do not leave your cat alone to ensure that he is safe. Costumes must be removed immediately so your cat can enjoy his kitty life again.

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