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950nancy
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    In response to Just G

  • Just G Said:
  • kelseymel Said:
Declawing a cat is horribly cruel and you could be faced with many problems as a result. Have you looked into getting the nails capped? I don't have any experience with it, but it's a more humane alternative.

That said, our cat is declawed. The jackwagons that we got him from had it done. He's a little b*stard. He bites. A lot.

Our vet won't do it.





They are done and they are doing well. A little sore but they are eating and snuggling. Mine keeps trying to claw the furniture and carpets like she used to and when she tried to climb the couch she figured it out quick.

I read up on it and I know it's detrimental but so is replacing $500 in carpet and furniture





I agree. Just make sure they don't get outside. The lynx, foxes, and bears in my back yards like to snack on them.


 
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