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9 hours ago The Cons of Declawing Cats. Here are the primary issues associated with declawing cats: 1. Declawing cats may result for cats to develop arthritis on …

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4 hours ago The Pros of Declawing Cats. Believe it or not, declawing your cat may (quite literally) save their lives. 1. Can be Used to Hurt Others. Cats cannot …

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9 hours ago Declawing Cats: Examining the Pros, Cons and Alternatives. A part of normal cat behavior is the instinctive need to scratch on surfaces to remove excess claw material and keep the nails clean and in good shape. Cats obviously enjoy this behavior and certainly are not aware that their behavior may be seen as destructive to their owners

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1. Alternatives to declawing cats. There are several alternatives to declawing cats, although effectiveness may vary depending on a cat's age and temperament.
2. Understanding the procedure for declawing cats. As veterinary care providers we are here to help provide you with accurate and unbiased information about declawing cats in order for you to make an informed, educated decision on behalf of your furry feline friend.
3. Does declawing a cat affect its personality? Numerous studies that have researched a potential correlation between cat declawing and personality changes strongly indicate that none exists.
4. Should declawed cats be allowed to go outside? Letting your cat outside after he or she is declawed could be dangerous, because declawing a cat takes away the ability to defend themselves.
5. Schedule an appointment to discuss options with your veterinarian. At Ingleside Animal Hospital, our veterinary team has provided education and insight to help many concerned and caring cat owners decide if declawing a cat is the right decision to make.
6. Reduced Risk Cat's that have had their claws remove pose a much lower risk to other pets and children. ...
7. May Save A Life Aggressive cats that have severe behavior problems pose a safety risk due to their claws. ...
8. Furniture Friendly Cats scratch, it is a natural thing for them to do. ...

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5 hours ago Pros Of Declawing Cats. 1. Reduced Risk. Cat’s that have had their claws remove pose a much lower risk to other pets and children. This is one of the biggest things that people take into account when making this decision. 2. May Save A Life.

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4 hours ago Pros and Cons of Onychectomy Pros. The only positive of this practice is that it will ensure that the cat doesn’t hurt anybody―especially kids―either knowingly or unknowingly. Declawing will not cause the cat to lose its natural instinct to scratch. It will however, ensure that your furniture or carpets are safe.

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2 hours ago Declawing cats is the process of removing cats claws. Most people remove cat claws when they become very destructive to properties or people. Some also declaw cats to reduce the risk of being infected. If the claws are damaged, they can be declawed. Some of the advantages of declawing cats are; PROS: 1. It […]

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8 hours ago Cons of declawing cats. It is fair to say that the advantages of declawing cats seem to directly affect the cat guardians and not the cats themselves. There is no medical benefit for the cat unless it is used as treatment for a specific physical problem. The possible problems, however, can be detrimental to the cat's well-being.

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2 hours ago The declawing of cats, or onychectomy, is the process of nail removal that amputates a cat’s third and final toe bones.Usually this procedure involves only the front paws, but can include the back at times. There are very few medical conditions that can be helped by declawing your cat, but it can be beneficial to behavioral problems such as furniture scratching.

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8 hours ago 12 Pros and Cons of Declawing Cats As this is the main focus of today’s guide, let us dive straight into the major pros and cons of declawing cats. In the first section, we will be sharing the advantages of declawing cats while in the second section, we will be looking into the 7 disadvantages of declawing cats.

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8 hours ago Pros of Declawing Cat. In some cases, declawing can benefit a cat physically. But this is only if a cat had a pre-existing medical condition. Let’s take a look at some of the potential benefits of declawing cats. 1. Protects Property. Even irregular bouts of cat scratching can cause significant damage to furniture and property.

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2 hours ago The decision to declaw a cat is not one that should be taken lightly. Here is what you should know about the pros, cons and alternatives to declawing. A part of normal cat behavior is their instinctive need to scratch on surfaces to remove excess claw material and keep the nails clean and in good shape. Cats obviously enjoy this behavior and

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5 hours ago The average cost of cat declawing using the laser declawing surgery is around $350; however, the cost of laser declawing surgery can be as low as $250 or as high as $450. Pricing for laser declawing for cats varies depending on location and veterinarian clinic. Declawing Cats Pros And Cons. There are many pros and cons to declawing a cat.

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6 hours ago While the declawing procedure is generally safe, there are no guarantees. Even if the surgery goes off without a hitch, your cat could develop an infection, which could lead to an abscess or other complications. The inescapable fact remains: declawing a cat is a surgical procedure, and any surgical procedure carries the risk of death.

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1 hours ago Before opting for a cat declawing procedure, consider the pros and cons. . Cat Declawing Surgical Procedures. A human's nail is actually a type of skin and if torn off, the nail will grow back. Cat's claws attach to bone. During a declaw surgery, the bone that the nail attaches to is removed permanently.

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1 hours ago Cat Declawing: Pros, Cons, and Safer Alternatives Ratings and prices are accurate and items are in stock as of time of publication. the decision to declaw the cat is up to the pet owner in

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1. Behavioral Training: This is a much more effective alternative for kittens than adult cats, and involves redirecting a misbehaving cat to a toy or scratching post.
2. Soft Claws: These are vinyl nail caps for cat claws that are applied with surgical adhesive, and to which cats usually get used to within a few days. This requires a patient and dedicated owner but it is a reasonable alternative to declawing.
3. Frequent Nail Trimming: This is a less effective, but nonetheless widely used alternative to declawing cats. It involves trimming the nails very short.
4. Toys/Scratching Post: This might be a foregone conclusion in the eyes of some cat owners, but it is very important to have sufficient options for feline recreation and respite.
5. Synthetic facial pheromone sprays/diffusers: Consider using synthetic facial pheromone sprays and/or diffusers to help relieve anxiety or stress, which may or may not be related to your cats scratching behavior.
6. Appropriate environmental enrichment: Cats are natural hunters and explorers. When we make them indoor pets, they can experience stress if not provided with an enriched environment full of outlets for their inquisitive, playful energy.

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5 hours ago Declawing Cats Pros and Cons. Just mention declawing cats and you will hear strong opinions both pro and con. Declawing cats is the equivalent of cutting of the last joint of your fingers and toes, including the nail. There are three ways this can be done. In the first (and fastest) way, the veterinarian takes a specialized tool resembling a

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2 hours ago Declawing Cats: Examining the Pros, Cons and Alternatives. A part of normal cat behavior is their instinctive need to scratch on surfaces to remove excess claw material and keep the nails clean and in good shape. Cats obviously enjoy this behavior and certainly are not aware that their behavior may be seen as destructive to their owners

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1. Behavioral Training: This is a much more effective alternative for kittens than adult cats and involves redirecting a misbehaving cat to a toy or scratching post.
2. Soft Claws: These are vinyl nail caps for cat claws that are applied with surgical adhesive, which cats usually get used to within a few days. This requires a patient and a dedicated owner but it is a reasonable alternative to declawing.
3. Frequent Nail Trimming: This is a less effective, but nonetheless widely used alternative to declawing cats. It involves trimming the nails very short.
4. Toys/Scratching Post: This might be a foregone conclusion in the eyes of some cat owners, but it is very important to have sufficient options for feline recreation and respite.
5. Synthetic facial pheromone sprays/diffusers: Consider using synthetic facial pheromone sprays and/or diffusers to help relieve anxiety or stress, which may or may not be related to your cats scratching behavior.
6. Appropriate environmental enrichment: Cats are natural hunters and explorers. When we make them indoor pets, they can experience stress if not provided with an enriched environment full of outlets for their inquisitive, playful energy.

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5 hours ago Cat declawing is more invasive than a simple nail removal, so it is common for there to be anxiousness about the procedure among cat owners. However, here at A Cat Hospital, our love for felines is second to none, and the consideration for both pros and cons should be taken into account before making a decision.

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2 hours ago What are some of the pros and cons of cat declawing? Pros. Cats will stop their destructive behaviour / scratching on the furniture – which may prevent them from being rehomed or euthanased. Cons. Kitty will experience pain in the post-operative period. Cats may become prone to litterbox avoidance (whether pain/behavioural) so owners are just

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7 hours ago Answer (1 of 7): First off, I would like to remind certain folks that Quora is a site for those interested in the transfer of ideas and information. Preferably in rational style. So I will offer my opinion, which is based upon over 20 years of personal cat

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9 hours ago Vets who declaw cats perform a confidence trick on people who bring their cat to the clinic by convincing them it is the best and only thing to do and the cat will only feel a “little bit of discomfort…it’s a win-win situation, madam…Trust me I’m your doctor..”

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8 hours ago Blade Declawing: An instrument with a sliding blade cuts a straight line through the joint between the entire claw growth and the rest of the cat’s paw.This used to be the method of declawing kittens or adult cats before the surgical laser became available; Laser Declawing: A laser is used to remove the third bone of the cat’s paw.Laser declawing is more expensive …

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7 hours ago This is one of the methods of declawing your cat. The cost falls between $100-$250. The procedure involves surgical removal of the entire first toe joint that has a nail bed. Then, a scalpel is used to sever the bone. This procedure takes more time, so your cat will have greater risks of anesthesia. Onychectomy.

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6 hours ago Cost of Declawing. Aside from the fact that nail trimming is a cheaper alternative in maintaining their cat’s claws, the cost of declawing will require a pretty hefty sum. There are different methods used in declawing a cat. The method that uses conventional tools can be as low as $100 to as high as $250 or something in between.

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7 hours ago While declawing will eliminate the need to trim or file a cat’s front-paw claws, they’ll still need the same care on their back paws throughout their life. Just like occasional brushing, nail trimming – whether it’s front, back, or both – is an important part of pet maintenance for feline happiness.

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Just Now Declawing Cats: Examining the Pros, Cons and Alternatives. Our appointment-free nail trims are only $5! Toys/Scratching Post: This might be a foregone conclusion in the eyes of some cat owners, but it is very important to have sufficient options for feline recreation and respite. Some cats are very particular, so make sure the equipment you

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6 hours ago At one time or another, every cat owner has probably looked at their shredded couch corners or drapes and wished that their beloved pet didn't have such sharp claws. In fact, some owners don't just wish, but take the step of surgically declawing their cats. I'd like to address this practice (which I strongly oppose), its pros and cons, and give you my take on it.

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Just Now Pros and Cons of Declawing Your Cat Declawing, or the surgical procedure used to permanently remove a cat’s claws, is an extremely controversial subject among cat owners. Some cat owners feel that declawing should never be an option, while others do not even realize that it is controversial.

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1 hours ago Pros & Cons of Declawing Cats. Cat declawing, i.e. onychectomy, is nail removal via amputation of a cat’s third and final toe bones. The procedure typically involves both front paws but sometimes includes back paws. Few medical conditions benefit from declawing, but it prevents behavioral issues like furniture-damaging scratching.

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3 hours ago Declawing will not diminish a cat’s natural territorial instincts. Whether you have an inside or an outside cat, it needs to feel secure about defending itself and its turf. Regardless of the environment – indoors or outdoors – all cats use their claws to climb, exercise and mark territory with the scent glands in their paws.

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What are the positive effects of declawing cats?

  1. Reduced Risk Cat's that have had their claws remove pose a much lower risk to other pets and children. ...
  2. May Save A Life Aggressive cats that have severe behavior problems pose a safety risk due to their claws. ...
  3. Furniture Friendly Cats scratch, it is a natural thing for them to do. ...

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How does declawing really effect a cat?

Scratching is a natural feline behavior that meets cat's many needs. That's why declawing has long-lasting effects on cats. Once their claws have been removed, they can no longer perform their natural stretching and kneading rituals. They become weaker as they age and may experience debilitating arthritis in their backs and shoulders.

Does declawing actually hurt a cat?

Declawing is predictably painful that pharmaceutical companies often test new pain medications on declawed cats. Aside from immediate pain, too much, too little, or careless amputation can lead to post-surgical complications such as: It is wise to note that declawing is an irreversible surgery.

Are you with or against declawing cats?

Most people on the anti-declawing side of the spectrum are there because they consider the procedure cruel, but ethics are not the only reason cat owners should think long and hard before declawing their pets. In some cases, the procedure is known to have negative long-term side effects.

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