Should I Declaw My Cat?

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Many people have strong feelings about declawing cats. Many people get the front paws of a cat declawed for the purpose of ruined furniture. Cats are able to destroy furniture with their claws, especially when they get older.
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Declawing in short is amputating your cats toes. It is similar to having your finger amputated down to your first knuckle, rather than their nail just being removed. You can find
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1. Provide your cat with a scratching post to use to scratch its nails along the surface. Purchase a post tall and sturdy enough for your cat to stretch its body along completely
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Cats are declawed by amputating part of the bone in their claw. It is similar to amputating the end of your finger at the first knuckle. In many countries declawing ...
Declawing in short is amputating your cats toes. It is similar to having your finger amputated down to your first knuckle, rather than their nail just being removed ...
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