Long-term effects of declawing a cat through laser surgery include risk of lameness and behavioral problems, according to the Humane Society. The cat may experience pain, infection and tissue necrosis, or death of the ti... More »

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Laser declawing presents three advantages to cats, according to the Canton Animal Hospital. It reduces the risk that claws grow back, cats recover from laser declawing more quickly, and it eliminates the blood loss that ... More »

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Laser surgery to declaw a cat involves amputating the first digit of each toe with a CO2 laser or radiosurgery unit, according to All Feline Hospital. The tissue is cauterized, which helps to minimize bleeding and swelli... More »

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Laser surgery to declaw a cat involves amputating the first digit of each toe with a CO2 laser or radiosurgery unit, according to All Feline Hospital. The tissue is cauterized, which helps to minimize bleeding and swelli... More »

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Scabs on a cat's head and other feline skin problems can be treated with topical ointments, shampoos, waterless foams or homeopathic natural remedies. Most of the treatments safe and effective for treating scabs on a cat... More »

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Some causes of a cat not using a litter box include behavioral problems, medical problems, a dirty litter box, changes in the type of litter used and too much litter in the litter box, according to WebMD. Cats who are no... More »

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Side effects of laser surgery on cataracts include infection in the eye, retinal detachment and bleeding in the front of the eye, according to WebMD. Swelling of the clear layer over the eye and swelling and fluid in the... More »

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