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By XxEmoWolfiexX - / Thursday 24 May 2012 21:18 / United States - Indianapolis
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  SecretMe00  |  5

I'm assuming since the cat was inside that they had him/her declawed. Let's hope, for OP's sake, that they did.

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10- never own a pet. Seriously. I hope someone comes along and chops off the first bone in each of your fingers if you think declawing is a good thing. Most indoor cats are not declawed. Just those who have morons who don't know how to train a pet and probably shouldn't have one in the first place.

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Unfortunately in America, it's considered perfectly normal and even encouraged to have cats declawed. People have given me shit before for not having done so for my 13 year old cat. Apparently furniture is more important than a living creature you chose to take into your home. Go fucking figure.

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  mizuki123  |  8

I have two in door cats that have their claws. They don't scratch the furniture because we have a scratching post. Just because their indoor doesn't mean they are declawed.

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  zuzupetalsYO  |  11

Declawing is not considered perfectly normal in America. Only if you are an animal abuser and refuse to learn how to train your cats. I have two and the only thing they claw is their scratching post, and sometimes each other.

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Not where I live. I don't know anyone besides myself whose cats are not declawed. The owners consider it as abusive as having them neutered. Maybe I just know a bunch of terrible shits.

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  Meowingtons500  |  18

My cat is lazy, she doesn't like laser pointers. Instead she spends her days eating cucumber & cottage cheese. And occasionally snatching a peanut butter sammich. Yep, she's an odd one. But I love her to bits.

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  Meowingtons500  |  18

WI have two. A psycho hyper one and a chill pear shaped calico. They're sisters, named Miss FancyPants and Miss Marbles. Shh... Don't judge, I named them when I was a wee gaffer.

By  Il_Maestro  |  6

I felt slow cause it took me a minute to get the point. Unfortunately the same could not be said for your cat.

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  42istheanswer  |  26

It was a FML from awhile ago, (the cat, not the toaster :p). If you wanna get him back wake HIM up, my personal favorites are with water, lasers, and wearing a mask while starting a chainsaw (always funny).

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