By lyssthemiss / Tuesday 22 September 2015 10:51 / United States - Joliet
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By  myoukei  |  31

Bet you'll locate your cat next time you want to lock it out of a room eh?

By  trucker2  |  33

Declaw it first appointment available. FYL

  trucker2  |  33

Yes, I do. It won't be clawing my furniture or me, thank you

  TheMathMajor  |  26

It hurts the cat a lot more than you realize. You can train a cat to use a scratching post instead of your furniture and not to use its claws while playing. If you don't want to put up with training the cat, then just don't get one. Declawing doesn't just remove the claws, but the first knuckle as well. It can lead to pain when walking and using the litter box and it changes the cat's posture. Cats are also very good at hiding pain so many people don't even realize it hurts them.

By  cooltatgar  |  30

One of the reasons dogs are better pets.

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