Scruffing: It Backfires

Scruffing — firmly grasping the loose skin of a cat’s back between the shoulder blades — is sometimes used as a way to hold and move an ornery feline. It shuts down her ability to fight you. But it’s a terrible way to hold a cat, and not just because an adult cat is too […]
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