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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onychectomy

In North America, declawing is commonly performed on cats to prevent damage to household possessions by scratching and to prevent scratching of people.

catsinternational.org/the-truth-about-declawing

The pain from declawing is life long and normal cat behaviors are forever gone. This procedure keeps our cats from enjoying pain free things such as walking, ...

www.intermountainpet.com/blog/why-we-stopped-declawing-cats

Nov 5, 2019 ... This is why, for the past few decades, feline parents have opted to declaw their cat as a way to save their home and keep their fur-baby indoors ...

catvets.com/guidelines/position-statements/declawing

2017 Declawing · Feline declawing is an ethically controversial procedure. · Declawing is NOT a medically necessary procedure for cats in most instances.

humanerescue.org/2020/09/04/the-horrifying-truth-about-declawing-your-cat

Sep 4, 2020 ... The pain from declawing is life-long and normal cat behaviors are forever gone. This procedure keeps our cats from enjoying pain free things ...

www.catster.com/lifestyle/the-state-of-declawing-today

Oct 29, 2020 ... Regarding concerns that immune-suppressed individuals, seniors with thin skin and others with special needs require cats to be declawed, Dr.

www.jacksongalaxy.com/blog/declawing-dont-do-it

But in the United States, 25 percent of cat guardians still elect to have their cats declawed. In case you're not exactly sure what declawing is, let me make it ...

www.petinsurance.com/healthzone/ownership-adoption/pet-ownership/pet-owner-topics/declawing-cats

One of the top reasons cat owners decide to declaw is to avoid damage to themselves and their furniture. It is a cat's natural instinct to scratch (in fact, cats will .....

www.pethealthnetwork.com/cat-health/cat-surgery-a-z/declawing-medical-facts

The most common reason to declaw a cat is to keep him from being destructive ( scratching furniture, woodwork, doors, etc.), After finding a guilty cat sitting in front  ...

catfriendly.com/declawing

Declawing entails the amputation of a cat's third phalanx [P3], or third 'toe bone.' Unlike human nails, cats' claws are attached to the last bone in their toes. A...