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What are the pros and cons of declawing a cat

Pros of declawing a cat:

1. Removal of the claws eliminates the risk of the cat scratching furniture.

2. This is a painless procedure that does not involve surgery.

3. It can be performed by an owner or by a veterinarian.

4. Surgery is not necessary for cats that are declawed.

5. Declawed cats can live happily and happily indoors.

6. Declawed cats can live happily and happily outside.

7. Declawing cats can live happily and happily outside.

8. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

9. Declawed cats go to a new home sooner.

10. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

11. Declawed cats have a better chance of finding a new home.

12. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

13. Declawed cats can live happily and happily indoors.

14. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

15. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

16. Declawed cats are more likely to live happily and happily indoors.

17. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

18. Declawed cats are more likely to live happily and happily indoors.

19. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

20. Declawed cats are more likely to live happily and happily indoors.

21. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

22. Declawed cats are more likely to live happily and happily indoors.

23. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

24. Declawed cats are more likely to live happily and happily indoors.

25. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

26. Declawed cats are more likely to live happily and happily indoors.

27. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

28. Declawed cats are more likely to live happily and happily indoors.

29. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

30. Declawed cats are more likely to live happily and happily indoors.

31. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

32. Declawed cats are more likely to live happily and happily indoors.

33. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

34. Declawed cats are more likely to live happily and happily indoors.

35. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

36. Declawed cats are more likely to live happily and happily indoors.

37. Declawed cats are more likely to be adopted.

38. Declawed cats are more likely to live happily and happily indoors.

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