These declawing photos will upset you and so will the words but it must be seen and read. There is a lack of knowledge among cat owners of what the declawing operation really is.
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- PHOTO 1 – The operating table at a vet’s after a declaw operation. This has to be the claws and bone of more than one cat.
- PHOTO 2 – The claws and last phalange of declawed cats
- PHOTO 3 – The operating table at a vet’s after a declaw operation
I want to see hundreds of shares on this please. I don’t want this post to be forgotten and read by ten people. It’s about time cat owners stared at the truth of cat declawing. This is what happens behind the waiting room where the receptionist is oh so nice to the client while butcher vet is at the back hacking off a cat’s toes.
The photos have to seen by ordinary cat owners living in America. The more the better because most veterinary clinic clients don’t have a clue what is going on and the veterinarian does not tell them.
Here are the words of a vet tech on declawing at her clinic.
“Most clients have no idea what the procedure consists of and I feel the lack of education about declawing is a huge reason why people do this to their cats…..My vet does not do any counseling on the procedure, but he doesn’t push for it either. I speak up as much as I can about the alternatives; I have stopped numerous clients from declawing their cats by educating them….”
While many think there is a quick recovery from a declaw procedure, this photo shows the horrendous aftermath of a four paw declaw’s bandage removal. The cat simply shook its paw and blood started pouring out. Unfortunately the cat was 4 years old, with fully developed nerves in the paws and toes. I cannot imagine the pain this innocent and loving cat had to have been in. Regardless of age, it is painful for a feline to have its claws and toes removed. Does this look like its worth saving a sofa?”
The words and photos of a vet tech who finds declawing disgusting
Now, those are the words of a good vet tech with first hand declawing experience. After her first look at a declawing operation she can’t attend the operation any more. Her veterinarian is not as good because he does not explain to clients what declawing is all about and he provides a discount service to encourage clients to declaw. In an absolute sense this is a very bad veterinarian who would be removed from the register in the UK.
The pictures speak for themselves. They are from a horror movie. Only it happens three times a month at this clinic and it is not a movie.
My thanks to Cassandra wants her claws back.