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What age to declaw your cat

The best time to declaw your cat is between 6 months and a year of age.

8. How many cats can I declaw?

If you are the first person to declaw your cat, you may only have one cat to declaw. If you have been declawing cats for a few years, you may be able to have up to six cats declawed at one time.

9. Do I have to declaw my cat?

No. Your cat may not be declawed at all. You may choose to have your cat declawed.

10. What is the reason for declawing?

Declawing is a common practice for most people. It is thought that it is for the health of the cat. It is also thought that it is for the safety of the cat. It is put in place because some people are allergic to cats. Some people think that declawing is easier than nail trimming.

11. What is the legal status of declawing?

The practice of declawing is not legal in all states. Some states have declawing bans. In some states which have declawing bans, a veterinarian must declaw a cat before it is allowed to be adopted.

12. What are the risks of declawing?

There are many risks associated with declawing.

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