The Scottish Fold is a breed of domestic cat with a natural dominant-gene mutation that affects cartilage throughout the body, causing the ears to “fold”, bending forward and down towards the front of the head, which gives the cat what is often described as an “owl-like” appearance
"The British Veterinary Association said that, unlike dogs, most cats do not have any pedigree.
They said about 80% of cats were just plain “moggies” but they were worried that social media was driving a fashion for designer cats who were bred for appearance rather than health."
I mean yes there are some breeds but pet cats are just cats. Dogs were bred more for working traits. Breeding just for a genetic defect… Cause it’s cute. And cats are notoriously difficult as far as recognizing pain.
Like most pets avoid breeders. Shelter will have plenty of kitties
Is there actual science that says UV is worth it? Not like “Today show” science but like real world benefit. It feels like the type of thing that’s made up but I don’t want to be wrong about something helpful.
Back a month or two ago when meh offered the sharper image sanitizer I went to their website to check the reviews and the negative ones all complained about it smelling like burnt hair afterwards and turning their white plastic devices yellow.
Like, cool, that means it’s actually UV-C.
Best review was “my other sanitizer doesn’t emit this awful odor!”
lol, that’s because your other one is essentially fake.
@flehm@JvB@mike808 think I may have a cooked bird or at least one that glows in the dark if I used one of those on him. Have 2 uv lights in my inside heat pump unit to prevent mold in the system and around the coils and was told not to look at the light for an extended period of time when changing the filter.
I was wondering if this would work as a resin print curing chamber, but after looking in to it, I think not. This is a UV-C (~253ish nm) and most resin stations cure with double band UV leds, which are closer to 405nm.
I’m certainly open to correction, however, as I don’t have a resin printer…yet.