This poor Sphinx cat was anesthetized for three hours to have a design inked onto his chest at a tattoo parlor.
It's actually not the first time we have seen animals with tattoos. Quite rightly, there was uproar over the last tattooed pets post on Trend Hunter, with the general consensus most of the images were (thankfully) computer generated. However, I was really upset to find that this Tutankhamen tattooed cat is 100% confirmed as real.
Bald Sphinx Cat Has A Real Tutankhamen Tattoo
1. Tattooed Pets - Opportunity to explore the growing trend of tattooing animals and the ethical implications it raises.
2. Animal Welfare - Opportunity to address the concerns and regulations around tattooing animals and find alternative methods of expression.
3. Animal-related Subcultures - Opportunity to understand the subcultures that promote and engage in tattooing animals.
1. Pet Care - Opportunity for pet care businesses to develop products and services that promote animal welfare and prevent tattooing.
2. Animal Rights Activism - Opportunity for animal rights organizations to advocate against tattooing animals and raise awareness about the issue.
3. Tattoo Industry - Opportunity for tattoo parlors and artists to explore the demand for pet tattoos and offer safe and ethical alternatives.