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Make No Mistake, Declawing Causes Pain . Yet, declawing still happens, despite it being complicated and actually quite a brutal practice. The procedure involves, according to the Humane Society, a veterinarian amputating the last bone of each cat toe, sometimes with a scalpel or with a guillotine-like clipper.The vet then has to stitch each cut or bind them with surgical glue.

www.mercurynews.com/2020/01/08/is-the-declawing-of-cats-helpful-or-harmful

Declawing using a laser is less painful, but it still requires the removal of the toe joints and nails. The laser does, however, seal the nerve endings, shortens recovery times and the cat won’t ...

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One physical effect of declawing is a gradual weakening of the muscles of the legs, shoulders and back; balance is impaired. This, combined with the fact that despite its grace, a cat’s surefootedness depends on its ability to grasp quickly with its claws, means that a declawed animal can more easily be injured in a fall. INSTEAD OF DECLAWING

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The Laser Declaw. Declawing a cat with laser surgery is the most recent technique introduced in veterinary. Laser surgery decreases post-operative pain and bleeding during surgery and afterwards. But, as it requires veterinarians to purchase new equipment, the procedure comes at a high cost.

www.cuteness.com/article/care-cats-after-declawing

Declawing is a painful procedure. Your cat will receive pain medication prior to, during and after his surgery. He may receive preop sedatives to keep him calm as he is being prepared for surgery. During the surgery, his nerves will be blocked with a local anesthetic, and he will be given general anesthesia intravenously. ...

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In one report that studied cats for only five months after surgery, about 25% of cats developed complications from both declaw and tenectomy surgeries (digital tenectomy or tendonectomy is a procedure, sometimes promoted as an “alternative” to declawing, where the tendons that extend the toes are cut).

www.petbucket.com/blog/63860/7-facts-about-declawing-your-cat.html

4. Declawing is the removal of a cat's first line of defense. For indoor cats, this can mean a greater dependence on their teeth, but for outdoor cats, this is endangerment. Once you've declawed a cat, they should stay indoors to stay safe from predators. 5. For many cats who go through the surgery, there can be behavioral changes.

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A cat's claws grow out of the end of the last toe bone, so amputation is the only way to permanently remove the claws. Below are some consequences of declaw surgery in cats that might surprise you. Declawing Is Excruciating and Declawed Cats Can Have Chronic Pain

www.thesprucepets.com/states-where-declawing-is-illegal-554735

You may have heard that declawing a cat is a controversial subject. In some countries, towns, and cities, the practice of declawing cats is illegal. However, many cat owners still want to declaw cats to prevent the destruction of furniture and home decor.

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Laser declawing is considered by some in the veterinary community to be the most humane method for declawing. Reasons cited for this are that the toes undergo less trauma with laser, nerve endings are “sealed” off leading to less pain, and less bleeding occurs. 4 Several scientific studies showed that cats did experience less pain initially (i.e. within 1-2 days of the procedure) with ...