Why Do People Opt To Declaw Their Cats?
Declawing is a cosmetic procedure usually performed under the idea that it will prevent a cat from scratching furniture or damaging things. In rare cases, removal of the claw is performed because of an injury or tumor, and if the veterinarian sees it as a necessary procedure. But declawing is primarily performed for the human’s […]
Cat Scratching: 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.
Declawing Cats: More Than Just A Manicure
Simply put, declawing a cat is akin to cutting off a human finger at the top knuckle.
Cat Scratching: Redirecting Is The Name Of The Game
To aid in redirecting your kitty’s behavior, you may have to make the former object of your kitty’s desire less desirable.
Why Does A Cat Need To Scratch?
The more obvious function of a cat’s claws is for defense. Your cat’s four paws contain the necessary weapons she needs to protect herself when attacked.
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.