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How to Care for Cats After Declawing By Tammy Quinn Mckillip. Share on Facebook It may seem like a simple enough procedure, but if your cat has undergone general anesthesia and surgery to remove his claws (onychectomy), he will need special nurturing and care for several days after he returns home from the veterinary hospital. ... Declawed cats ...

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After your feline family member gets declawed, she'll require a little extra TLC at home. She'll need a litter box after surgery and can safely use cat litter, but you may need to make a few adjustments. Set up a safe recovery area and litter box before she returns home.

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Now that your cat is declawed, she will not be able to scratch your furniture (or you!), which is a good thing. However, getting declawed can be very painful for your cat. After the procedure, you will need to take good care of her so she can recover and get back to her normal activities.

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Watch for psychological problems after declawing. Clawing and scratching is a natural instinct for cats. Without claws, cats may react in other ways such as biting or defecating outside the litter box. This is a way for the cat to mark its territory and protect the environment around it. Although declawing may keep the cat from scratching, cats ...

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Cat declawing is an invasive surgery tantamount to knuckle amputation that requires a recovery period of one week to ten days.Owners of cats who have been declawed should expect the following during the recovery period: Regular Paw Checks. During the cat declawing recovery process, owners must regularly check their cats' paws at least three to four times a day, to make sure there are no signs ...

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Can Cats Use Non-Clumping Litter After Declawing? by Melodie Anne . Use a litter that makes your cat happy. Coming home from a long workday to your furry friend purring at your feet can be relaxing. Until you walk in the living room and discover he clawed your new leather sofa. Getting your feline declawed can prevent this scenario, but he may ...

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In fact, cats may continue to scratch furniture after declawing, but cause no damage. There is no increase in behavior problems. Declawed cats are not at greater risk of getting bitten or injured in catfights. Owners of declawed cats report a higher number of good behaviors than the owners of clawed cats.

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Considering Declawing a Cat? Five Questions Answered! February 27th, 2017 by Cherished Companions Animal Clinic. Our Castle Rock vets have answered 5 questions we’re commonly asked about declawing cats.. We want to help you make a good decision for your cat and family.

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Letting your cats outside after they’ve been declawed would be cruel because they can’t defend themselves properly. Therefore, owners have to be committed to keep the cat indoors for the rest of its life or to find a family that can do so. Q: So it's better to declaw a cat rather than get rid of it? A: If that’s the only option, absolutely.

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How Do I Take Care of a Cat After Declawing? After declawing a cat, it is important to ease her pain using pain medication, keep her nourished by offering small amounts of food and water, and remove her bandages the morning following the surgery, according the Spay Neuter Clinic.