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How to Declaw a Cat?
How to Declaw a Cat. When cats are declawed, they are usually declawed on the front paws. Sometimes the whole paw is removed. Sometimes the claws are only removed at the tip of the nail. Sometimes the claws are only removed at the tip of the nail. Sometimes the whole paw is removed. Sometimes the claws are only ...
“Has the moon lost her memory?” asks Grizabella, the Glamour Cat. Well, let’s just say that after seeing “Cats,” I wish that I could lose my memory. The new movie, based on the infamous Broadway musical, was a complete train-wreck, to say the least. I ended up seeing it with a friend because “Little Women” was sold out. Read more
People often mistakenly believe that declawing their cats is a harmless "quick fix" for unwanted scratching. They don't realize that declawing can make a cat less likely to use the litter box or more likely to bite. Declawing also can cause lasting physical problems for your cat. Read more
Declawing your cat is far worse than giving it a manicure. Experts say people often mistakenly believe that it is a harmless “quick fix” for unwanted scratching. However, they don’t realize that removing the bones at the tip of their cat’s toes can make it less likely to use the litter box or more likely to bite. Read more
Cats can be declawed at any age. And the perception of cruelty is guided by those who are unwilling to pay for a complete surgery, and veterinarians who will do anything for the few bucks the clients are willing to cough up. With proper technique (removing the entire segment of the toe, careful to leave the pad intact) cats actually recover very quickly from the surgery, and will not experience any pain after they are healed. Read more
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