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Benefits of declawing kittens?
We have 2 kittens that will be 6 months old at the end of this month. I want to have them declawed because they are climbing up my curtains which is pulling the hardware out of the wall, they are shredding my carpet and scratching my leather sofa. I’ve tried the water squirting trick, tape, cotton balls dipped in nail polish remover and placed where I didn’t want them to scratch and none of this is seeming to work. It is causing a lot of stress between my husband and myself. He wants to get rid of them and I don’t. We have 3 kids who adore the kittens. My solution is to get them declawed. I’ve read all of the negative aspects online and it worries me that if I do get them declawed it may create a whole new list of problems. So I ‘m hoping to hear some positive sides of declawing, about kittens that didn’t develop litter problems or biting problems etc. I don’t want to get rid of them for my children’s’ sake.
Answer by veganforlife08
DONT DECLAW THEM!
how would you like it if i ripped ur fingernails out?
wouldnt like it too much, huh?
if ur furniture is that important to you dont have pets
Answer by Dave87gn
I would never declaw a cat, I think its mean, and you would leave them defenseless if they ever needed them.
I regularly snip my cats claws to a blunt edge,,,so problems
She’s a 100% indoor cat
Answer by fishable12
many people like myself find declawing any animal cruel. What are you going to do if it runs away? It will have no form of protection from ANY creature.
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