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The Proper Way to Trim a Cat's Claws

Learning to properly clip your cat's nails can reduce cat scratching damage.

Cats' claws grow with a curve at the end. This helps cats hold onto their prey better. However, it's also the curves that can cause claws to catch in your sofa, drapes, or clothes and result in tearing. Learning to trim your cat's claws can go a long way toward reducing cat scratching damage in your home. This informative article, "How to Trim Your Cat's Claws," shows you step-by-step what to do when trimming your cat's claws.

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