I am Carolyn and I am going to demonstrateclipping the Persian’s ears.
And you need to be very careful here because their littleears are thinner than tissue paper.
So pull the sides or just like this and like you aregoing to take out this top so you look at the table on that, that way you can see herear on the table.
And you take off the top.
Do it slow and usually if you get too closethey will let you know and you don’t want to take off that tuft, the long pretty partand if you do not want to do with scissors, you can do it with your fingers.
And I don’tknow if they prefer either way.
And hold that tuft down so you do not cut it.
And I couldnot do this if I wasn’t looking at the table and able to see her ear through her hair,but see like I cannot cut it this way looking it hurt, because I cannot tell where the hairis and her ear is so you get a background.
You are going to pull that tuft there, spreadthat hair up there and take off the top first.
Just scissor real soft because you can feelif you have her ear in there and see that is much neater, cleaner and nicer when youscissor the top of the ears off and then just blend the ear around the top that you havecut off.