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What age do cats get declawed

That is a very tough question, and one that is not exactly answered by the ASPCA. Their website states that declawing is a medical procedure performed under anesthesia, and that a pet owner should not obtain this procedure unless it is absolutely necessary. In other words, only if the cat injures himself or herself should it be done.

Where can I learn more about declawing?

If you are interested in learning more about declawing, I recommend visiting these websites:

What does the ASPCA say about declawing?

http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/pets-and-animals/behaviors/declawing

ASPCA – Declawing

http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/pets-and-animals/behaviors/declawing#.VbP_oNvH-dJ

ASPCA – Declawing Question and Answer

http://www.aspca.

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