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can declawed cats live outside? - The Cat Site

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I was wondering if declawed cats can live outside? or would it be better to put a cat down instead? one of my new cats goes to the bathroom all ...

About Declawing - Tabby Town USA

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Fact: Many declawed cats who get outside lose their lives to predators. ... That was years ago, and Art can still hear that cat's screams as the owl flew away with  ...

Considerations Before Letting Your Indoor Cat Go Outdoors ...

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Aug 5, 2014 ... Once declawed, they can't defend themselves if they get into an ... 7) If you live on or near a busy road – allowing your cat outside is not ...

my cat is declawed only in front. She loves going outside. Is this ...

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May 18, 2011 ... Is it safe for a cat with no claws in front to go outside? ... That aside, I am not a vet, but can tell you a vet will tell you that a declawed cat cannot be an ... I live in a simple middle class neighborhood, with no large wandering ...

How to Transition Your Cat to an Indoor/Outdoor Lifestyle

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It's important that your cat become acclimated to their indoor home, first. So please ... o Feeding outdoors can attract wildlife and other cats. It can also ... Declawed cats can have a much more difficult time fending for themselves outside.

How long could a domestic cat survive in the wild? - Straight Dope ...

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It is a certainty that domestic cats can survive just fine the wild. ... A barn cat being kept outdoors to control pests is going to have a much easier transition ..... My ex- had a declawed cat that had never spent a day out of doors.

Declawing Issues | Good Cats Wear Black

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What does it mean when my cat goes outside the litter box? ... Declawed cats can be expensive and dangerous to own because declawing is ..... Fact: The AVMA does not count/track/document declawed cats that pee, bite, live in basements, ...

Debating Keeping Your Cat Indoors, Or Letting Them Outside ...

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Important pros and cons to letting your cat outside, or keeping her inside. ... a cat who's allowed to roam is likely to survive just two to five years (they may live longer, ... Declawed cats can't defend themselves from dogs, other cats, or predators, ...

Finding Your Lost Cat - Zimmer-Foundation.org

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However, the cat can be frightened out of its territory — by another animal chasing it, ... surrounds — just as the outdoor cat did when it first ventured outside . ... and even a declawed cat can find, hunt and scrounge enough food to survive.

Should You Let Your Cat Go Outdoors? - Petfinder

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Conversely, outdoor-only cats survive for an average of two years in that situation . ... can harbor diseases spread by stray, unvaccinated cats for many months.

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Can a Cat With Its Front Paws Declawed Still Protect Itself? - Pets

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When a cat spends any time outside at all, it is vital for him to have all of his claws ... When a cat can't protect himself using his front claws, he may turn to another ...

Declawed and allowed out - insane! (cheap, tooth, vets, tuna ...

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Cats that have their front claws declawed are not defenseless, and ... vet or tech who claimed de-clawed cats can protect themselves outside .... That's nice to know that vets are no longer suggesting de-clawing where you live.

Declawing Drawbacks « Cat Be Good

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Cat urine can destroy your home much faster and more thoroughly than claws ever would. The most common complaint from owners of declawed cats is litter box ... If making the cat live outside stops “working,” and if the cat continues to pee ...