To get my indoor cat declawed?
I have 2 cats and a small dog -- my older cat is declawed ( by previous owner) I have had my male cat since he was a kitten...and have tried everything to "trim" his nails.....my curtains , couch and me and my kids arms are covered in scratches ....and he hurts the dog and other cat when they play....
Asked by Anonymous at 5:14 PM on Feb. 23, 2010 in Pets
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Answer by lfl at 5:46 PM on Feb. 23, 2010
Declawing should only be done as a last resort. There are cases when declawing is necessary though. I would try a spray bottle, side sided tape on the furniture, a can with coins to shake at him and i would also try different scratching posts before jumping to declawing. If this is a young cat he will settle down. Declawing really should be done when they are young if it is going to be done at all.
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