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... More »

The best candidates for declawing are cats between the ages of 4 and 8 months that are not overweight, according to About.com. While these cats still experience pain from declawing, their recovery is quicker and less lik... 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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Cat care essentials include constant access to fresh food and clean water, a clean litter box, regular grooming and having toys available to combat boredom. Cats should also receive regular veterinary care, according to ... More »

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To care for a cat, you need food, cat litter, food and water bowls, a collar and a pet tag. You should schedule regular veterinarian visits to keep the cat healthy and up-to-date on all vaccinations. You should also play... More »

Stop diarrhea in a cat by keeping it from accessing food for 12 to 24 hours and giving it only water, as suggested by HowStuffWorks. Only after this time period can the cat be given something more substantial, such as bl... More »

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The amount of water a cat should drink should be about 2.5 times its daily intake of food. As an example, a cat should drink about 10 ounces of water if it eats four ounces of dry food in a day. More »