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Why Declawing Cats Is Inhumane

Declawing is a painful surgery for cats.

A declaw surgery is a serious surgery for cats that involves amputating the ends of at least 10 of their digits. The cat must then walk on those digits for the rest of his life, and he can experience extreme pain, balance problems, and lasting trauma. Declaw surgeries are also known to increase the likelihood of problem urination in cats. Learn more about the surgery and what alternatives you can explore here: "Declawing Cats: Alternatives to an Inhumane Procedure."

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