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The Pink Panther!
« on: 29 Dec 11 / 04:45 PM »
Here you are, guys! You asked for it!
My pink cat! :)

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NOTE: I used FOOD COLOURING to dye my cat pink! I had no idea if the dye sold on BeeUnique is safe for any animals, especially since I didn't want my cat to lick and shake off dye everywhere! We used food colouring because it's safe for his skin, and safe for him to eat. Please, please, PLEASE don't use human dye on an animal unless you've been told my a pet dying professional that it's 100% safe! Even better, if you've got the stupid amount of cash it'll cost, then just pay a professional to do it!
But just rubbing on food dye is way cheaper, quicker, and fun. :>

I didn't rinse the food dye off at any point. We literally just diluted it in a bowl a little bit, rubbed it on, and put all the leftovers in a plastic bottle for future use. I'm planning to do him alot brighter next time.


This won't work on darker haired cats. My cat has creamy white hair, which is why it worked so well. This also works for dogs, rats, hamsters, guinea pigs, mice...  As far as I know, there isn't really a furry animal you can't do this to. But once again, aaaaaalways check!
Enjoy! :>
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Re: The Pink Panther!
« Reply #1 on: 29 Dec 11 / 04:56 PM »
awww kitteh! sooo cute
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Re: The Pink Panther!
« Reply #2 on: 29 Dec 11 / 05:01 PM »
So cute!!! *Looks at my cat* You're next....
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« Reply #3 on: 29 Dec 11 / 05:05 PM »
Buahaha.
Yeah. I'm definitely going to be dying my cat like this alot more from now on. >_>
And I'm never buying a cat that isn't white. xD Ever. The boything doesn't seem to keen on the idea, but he had no say in it! >:)
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« Reply #4 on: 29 Dec 11 / 05:24 PM »
Thank you for being sensible and only using something light and suitable like diluted food colouring - a friend of mine dyed the end of her dog's tail bright pink (with a veggie dye I think or Crazy Colour, not sure) and he kept licking it, chewing his hair out and was very unwell over the next few days, getting sick and eating very little. :( I wouldn't recommend anyone doing this to a pet who has a very sensitive system (as he did) as even food colouring could upset their tummy, but if it's diluted and on spots they can't reach it should be fine.

I love your cat Hazillian, I've never seen a pink cat so well behaved! :)
 

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« Reply #5 on: 29 Dec 11 / 05:28 PM »
Ringo is suuuper chill. He just sleeps and eats. He doesn't run around or anything.

But yeah. We obviously put the most on his head and neck, places which he can lick his paw and wipe, but it's not as easy for him to directly lick. So his head is hot pink, and the rest looks like candy floss. :>


I was going to use veggie dye, but I looked it up because I care so much about my precious Ringo. I didn't want to hurt him. I couldn't find any definite information, and since so many people had used food dye with no bad reactions from the pet, and after a small bit put on him as a test, we decided it was the best option.


Luckily my cat never stays mad at me for long. :) He's actually on my lap snuggling me right this second. It wasn't traumatizing for him, either. He's shown absolutely no signs of being stressed out because of the experience.
^ Just making it clear that I'm not an animal abuser right there. LOL.
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« Reply #6 on: 29 Dec 11 / 09:06 PM »
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« Reply #7 on: 29 Dec 11 / 10:13 PM »
awww me love it :)
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« Reply #8 on: 30 Dec 11 / 12:18 AM »
I wish I had a golden labrador instead of a choccy and a black lab so I could do this to it :(
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« Reply #9 on: 30 Dec 11 / 12:48 AM »
Cuute! You can also use beetroot juice (like straight out of the can) that works really well too
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Re: The Pink Panther!
« Reply #10 on: 30 Dec 11 / 01:10 AM »
Looks awesome! Almost tempted to dye my doggie pink, but OH already says I made him gay :(. It's not my fault he likes pink things like his cupcake cushion...
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Re: The Pink Panther!
« Reply #11 on: 30 Dec 11 / 08:25 AM »
Don't they sell special dye for animals? It is so wrong yet I love seeing animals dyed wacky colours.
 

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« Reply #12 on: 30 Dec 11 / 06:45 PM »
nawww! my kitty was ginger but his tail was ginger and white raccoony, and i always wanted to dye the white bits pink :3
i agree, that any pet i buy when i leave home, will be white, and WILL be dyed :')<3
 

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« Reply #13 on: 30 Dec 11 / 11:41 PM »
Yeah, they do sell pet dye, but it's more pricey, and probably not so easy to find. :) But there's nothing wrong about it! :P


N'aw. :< Just dye him blue instead, and use the excuse it's a manly colour! :)

Poh, we can move in next door to each other and compare pets. LOL. xD
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« Reply #14 on: 31 Dec 11 / 02:10 AM »
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« Reply #15 on: 01 Jan 12 / 09:24 PM »
Hahah that's amazing! Pretty awesome looking cat without the pink but with it super awesome!

I read somewhere that manic panic was alright on pets, think I saw it on their website somewhere a long long time ago. Still probably wouldn't do it.
 

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Re: The Pink Panther!
« Reply #16 on: 01 Jan 12 / 09:27 PM »
I read somewhere that manic panic was alright on pets, think I saw it on their website somewhere a long long time ago. Still probably wouldn't do it.

They used to have a page about it (we linked to it from Beeunique) but it's gone now.  We have a few photos sent to us showing pets dyed using these semi-perm brands and although the dyes 'seem' to be ok I too would not recommend it due to dogs (and other pets) ability to lick/clean their own fur.  Best to stick to food colouring etc I think :)
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Re: The Pink Panther!
« Reply #17 on: 01 Jan 12 / 09:37 PM »
Ryan used to use directions on his doggy =) but it was on his chest where he couldnt lick it(the dog, not ryan ;p)
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« Reply #18 on: 01 Jan 12 / 10:24 PM »
Ryan used to use directions on his doggy =) but it was on his chest where he couldnt lick it(the dog, not ryan ;p)

LMAO - thank you for clearing up that it was the dog and not Ryan who was licking his chest - gave me a few funny images of a Jack Sparrow look-alike trying to lick his own chest!
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« Reply #19 on: 02 Jan 12 / 10:35 PM »
your cat is absolutely gorgeous >.> i'd try it myself but it's a pain in the rear just getting the frontline combo on cat properly, there's no way she'd stick around long enough to apply enough food dye! my arms would be in ribbons T^T

she's also very lucky that she's dark grey in colour .
 

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« Reply #20 on: 04 Jan 12 / 02:41 AM »
Blaha! Omg, pippa. XD

Yeah. I'd hate for my kitty to get sicky. I think those pictures are from the professional places, and they get the animal to hold still the whole time. I don't have the patience to hold my cat for that long, and I'd be terrified of not washing him properly after. :(

I just redid it, but on my own this time. Using a fruit shoot bottle to squirt it on is way more effective, and Im certain Mom doesn't handle him right, because he sat in the sink and behaved the whole time, no issues!

Though I did follow him about with a towel and some tissue for the paw marks for quite a while. I've had to stay with him unti he dried, incase he ruined on of moms pillows. xD


He's a lot brighter this time, and I got him all over, not just the front half. Moms rubbish at this, I swear! So glad she couldn't stick her ore in this time round! xD

I'm jst glad nobody's presumed I was stupid with this and started to rant about animal abuse. :< I was so worried someone wouldn't pay attention and would go crazy at me!
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« Reply #21 on: 04 Jan 12 / 04:53 PM »
it's still early days hazel ;)
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« Reply #22 on: 04 Jan 12 / 09:50 PM »
i soooo want to do this to my cat saffy i think she would look amazing like pink or im thinknig blue hehe

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« Reply #23 on: 04 Jan 12 / 11:09 PM »
It does look cute, but i cant say i agree with colouring animals, dno why but i just feel weird about it -.- i guess i think its unnatural and that animals (especially cats) are beautiful enough already xP
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« Reply #24 on: 11 Jan 12 / 10:15 PM »
Sorry if i upset anyone but  this is so,so, very wrong !!!!! i agree with gothicle  animals are beautiful as they are why do this as they have no say whether they want it or not !!! sorry but this is a total no,no its not right !!!!!!! : (((((((((
 

 

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