A while back, the topic about getting whiskers to stand up came up. I prefer to pull the whiskers. I just think you can flesh, and shave down the muzzle better without worrying about cutting the roots of the whiskers, and I think you can properly groom the face without them being there. The thing is, most folks just stick the whiskers to tape until they are ready to put them back into a mount. I believe in one of Jan Van Hoesen's tapes, she mentions sticking them in clay. I'm sure the idea has been around for a long time. You should be able to notice in the photo, that the whiskers are separated in rows, and the sequence in which they came off the bobcat. I also made a notation, as to which side they came from. They will pull very easily from the clay when it comes time to put them back in.