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Dog with butterfly on nose

Dog with butterfly on nose

Dog with butterfly on nose and paws

I found this beautiful cat while I was visiting my mother-in-law in a small town of Cienfuegos. She asked me if it was a stray cat, so I brought it home. The next day I realized that I had no idea what to do with it, so I called a veterinarian. He told me that it had very delicate skin and that it should be looked after. I then had the dog groomer cut its fur and clean its skin. She had the dog bathed, given an antibiotic, and treated with anti-inflammatory medicine.

Today it was better, but the butterfly on its nose still wasn't removed. I also took a picture of it, and I want to share it with you.

Is this a truely butterfly-shaped nose? I never knew that there was such a thing. My cats have been to the vet a few times because of a runny nose, but I don't remember having a butterfly-shaped nose.

Is this a truely butterfly-shaped nose? I never knew that there was such a thing. My cats have been to the vet a few times because of a runny nose, but I don't remember having a butterfly-shaped nose.

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My cat also has this exact same feature.

I don't know why, but we never noticed it when he was a kitten. Maybe we were too busy with his runny nose.

I can't expln why, but there are several cat with a butterfly on the nose, for example "Butterfly-eyes" and "Butterfly-nose" (maybe others).

My cat also has this exact same feature.

I don't know why, but we never noticed it when he was a kitten. Maybe we were too busy with his runny nose.

I can't expln why, but there are several cat with a butterfly on the nose, for example "Butterfly-eyes" and "Butterfly-nose" (maybe others).

It's a strange "feature".

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It really is a strange "feature". When I look at a cat, I tend to notice the eyes and the nose more than other features, so it wasn't until recently that I started looking at the nose as well.

I don't know about this feature, but what's happening is the dog's skin is being stretched because of the weight on its back legs. The longer it is stretched the less skin is going to function.

I don't know about this feature, but what's happening is the dog's skin is being stretched because of the weight on its back legs. The longer it is stretched the less skin is going to function.

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Yes, that's what my vet suggested. He told me that, because of its small size, the dog would have to stay there for a long time. He sd that it would have to be taken to a veterinary clinic for further treatment.

I don't know about this feature, but what's happening is the dog's skin is being stretched because of the weight on its back legs. The longer it is stretched the less skin is going to function.

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That's probably what it is. I've seen several cats with this "feature".

It is just an oddity, but as my vet told me, I shouldn't make too much of it and I should treat the dog like any other pet I have.

Thanks to everyone for the information. I think that I will keep it for a while, but, in the meanwhile, I'll try to make it look better.

I don't know about this feature, but what's happening is the dog's skin is being stretched because of the weight on its back legs. The longer it is stretched the less skin is going to function.

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It's amazing how much one can miss when they're looking at the face. I had noticed the butterfly nose on a young female, and I had no idea it wasn't a normal feature of this breed. I looked at the rest of the cat, and realized she looked like she might be a Birman.

I don't know about this feature, but what's happening is the dog's skin is being stretched because of the weight on its back legs. The longer it is stretched the less skin is going to function.

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That's probably what it is. I've seen several cats with this "feature".

It is just an oddity, but as my vet told me, I shouldn't make too much of it and I should treat the dog like any other pet I have.

Thanks to everyone for the information. I think that I will keep it for a while, but, in the meanwhile, I'll try to make it look better.

I don't know about this feature, but what's happening is the dog's skin is being stretched because of the weight on its back legs. The longer it is stretched the less skin is going to function.

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That's probably what it is. I've seen several cats with this "feature".

It is just an oddity, but as my vet told me, I shouldn't make too much of it and I should treat the dog like any other pet I have.

Thanks to everyone for the information. I think that I will keep it for a while, but, in the meantime, I'll try to make it look better.

I don't know about this feature, but what's happening is the dog's skin is being stretched because of the weight on its back legs. The longer it is stretched the less skin is going to function.

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That's probably what it is. I've seen several cats with this "feature".

It is just an oddity, but as my vet told me, I shouldn't make too much of it and I should treat the dog like any other pet I have.

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