HomeDeclawingPicture and words which explain why toes are so important to domestic cats and why they should not be mutilated by veterinarians under the banner ‘declawing’

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Picture and words which explain why toes are so important to domestic cats and why they should not be mutilated by veterinarians under the banner ‘declawing’ — 1 Comment

  1. In response to “It can never be justified and millions of kittens have been brutally mutilated in the most horrific manner by this operation dressed up as the removal of ‘nails’ (to mislead the public) when actually it is an amputation times 10. Damn it. Stop it. Please.”

    You are WAY to nice!

    It should end “… Damn it. Stop it. NOW!”

    Maybe even a few colorful metaphors injected here and there.

    Declawing has no benefits to the cat, never, ever! In the long run, the owner doesn’t benefit and neither does his/her furniture. Urine causes much more damage than claws.

    The only ones who benefit from declawing are the veterinarians who perform the surgery. These vets worship money and have no regard for the health and welfare of their “patients”, a.k.a. victims.

    Don’t use vets who declaw. They hate cats and probably hate other animals too.

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