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Declawing: What you need to know. Detailed, Factual, In-depth, information to educate you in your decision. First, you should know that declawing is pretty much an American thing, it's something people do for their own convenience without realizing what actually happens to their beloved cat. In England declawing is termed "inhumane" and "unnecessary mutilation." I agree. In many European...
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Veterinarians in the U.S. and Canada who do not declaw, or who despise the procedure but will perform it under extreme duress. This site is a list of veterinarians in the U.S. and Canada who refuse to perform declaw surgeries. These veterinarians actively work with cat owners to implement humane alternatives to the disfiguring and painful declaw procedure. An exception is made for declawing...
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A Clearinghouse for Information on the Internet about Declawing. [ Good Cats Wear Black ] Annie Bruce, cat care consultant, author of "Cat Be Good," and pro-claw activist, makes a strong case that declawing correlates with increased house-soiling. As evidence she cites studies and her own...
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The cost of declawing cats varies according to the veterinary hospital in which the process is performed. Usually, hospitals give you only a rough estimate of the cost because additional costs may also rise up during the whole process. In countries where declawing is legal, the cost ranges from...
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Please, take this as a given. Declawing is not an acceptable option for the beautiful, loving animal that depends on you. The reasons to avoid declawing are compelling, for you as well as for your cat. Declawing is literally maiming a cat, a mistake that can lead to physical, emotional, and...
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Documentary is an inspiring David and Goliath story of a grassroots movement to protect felines, both large and small, from the cruelty of declawing and how the movement has prevailed, despite the efforts of well-funded professional veterinary associations. In the United States today, approximately 25% of domesticated cats are declawed. Declawing is the amputation of the last bone in a cat's...
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The Paw Project is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that exists to increase public awareness about animal welfare and animal cruelty issues related to the crippling effects of cat declawing, to rehabilitate declawed exotic and wild cats, and to end the practice of declaw surgery or onychectomy on domestic cats and feral felines. Is to educate the public about the painful and crippling effects...
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Easy to apply, safe and effective! The humane alternative to declawing, SoftClaws nail caps help protect from damage caused by scratching and are economical. Veterinarian developed. Made in the USA. Soft Claws is also available for dogs. Great for protecting hardwood floors from those problem dog scratches as well as protecting doors and screens. And like with the cat nail caps, they also help...
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Why you don’t want to declaw your cat. What do veterinarians think about declawing cats? Look at your own finger. Imagine amputating the tip at the last joint. That is how declawing is performed. They call it onchyectomy (removing the nail) but the correct term should be phalangectomy (amputating the phalanges or "fingertips"). Claws are an integral part of a cat's life. It is not our right to...
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