Clip, Cap, or Claw Your Cat’s Paws
The pros and cons of clipping, capping, or leaving your cat’s nails full length.
Dear Tabby: Cat Won’t Stop Clawing Furniture!
My wife and I just got a cat for our family and everyone loves her. The only problem is that Furball is clawing our dining room chairs into ribbons.
Why It Is NEVER Okay To Declaw A Cat
Declawing doesn't just remove a cat's nails, it involves bone amputation and leads to all sorts of health problems. Here are some safe alternatives.
Keep pet cats from destroying your apartment
You've found the perfect apartment, paid your deposit, and moved in — one problem: Your cat has her own ideas about what's off limits and what isn't.
Declawing cats: More than just a manicure
The declawing process is actually a painful and permanent alteration — some would say mutilation — of a cat’s paw. A cat’s claw isn’t like a human toenail: it is both retractable and adhered to bone. The declawing process is actually the complete amputation of the claw and the attached bone. Declawing procedures are performed […]
Make your cat go “POST-al”
The first and perhaps most important item in your anti-furniture-scratching arsenal is a proper cat scratching post. Cat posts come in all shapes and sizes; whether you live in a studio apartment or a sprawling mansion, cat posts are available to suit your needs. The post you choose should be stable and large enough for […]