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Thank you so much for posting this design. Today we got our 4 month old kitten spayed, at 3.5lbs the vet didn't have a cone small enough for her, he even felt the fabric one would be too large. We brought her home, and she immediately started chewing at her sutures. Desperate to try and protect it, we thought maybe if we covered the area it would help stop her from tearing out the stitches. We tried the cuff of an old sock, but the more she moved about the more it rolled upon itself. I worried it would become to constricting, so I turned to google, and found this tutorial. Our sweet little Russian Blue Mix, Graycee thanks you!
thank you so much for this! we just had our recently adopted kitty Yuki spayed, and she was absolutely miserable with that cone thing on. We couldn't even get her to come out from under the couch! But within minutes of putting her in the jacket and taking of the cone she was running around and playing with our other kitty snow just like normal. Such a huge relief! thx again!
great idea with the slits! I made our kitties vest before reading through the comments or i probably would have done it with the slits as well. The holes seem to be ok too though.
Superior post-surgical feline & canine appliance. (Or: Dump the cone!)
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