Do declawed cats bite more?
There are numerous other detrimental effects of declawing both for the cat and the cat’s owner. For the life of me I can’t understand why cat owners ask vets to do it. Declawing stops cats scratching the sofa but the downside for cat owners is enormous and far more profound than the perceived benefit of preventing scratches to a sofa.
You can read more about the huge negative aspects to declawing on the following page:
and see this page for the complications of declawing:
Source for the biting statistic.
|Anxiety - reduce it|
|FULL Maine Coon guide - lots of pages|
|Children and cats - important|
Cats who are declawed by their owners should have the right to bite them daily and pee on their personal property. Instead after mutilating their cat they can now dump it at the shelter where through human allowed butchery they will now most likely get a lethal dose of drugs and be left to die alone. And we call ourselves a nation of animal lovers.
Graphic but so true, ME.
We are barbaric when it comes to our 4 legged friends.
Our desires become so much greater than the welfare of these poor creatures.
We declaw, we remove their voice boxes so they don’t bark, we crate them night and day rather than train them, we invest in shock collars…..