Alternatives to De-Clawing Your Cat

You may be really sick of your cat tearing up your furniture, but hold off before you de-claw your cat. De-clawing can sometimes lead to behavioral changes, leaves them defenseless if they get outside, and is really painful to the cat. Imagine someone cutting off your fingertips – yeah, it’s like that. So before you get the procedure done make sure that you check out all the options.

This video has a number of alternatives for your cat which could lead to less pain, better behavior and you’ll definitely feel a whole lot better about yourself. I actually came pretty close to getting my cat de-clawed but I simply couldn’t go through with it.

Thankfully I found out about other options. So make sure you check out this video and don’t feel bad about not wanting to hurt your cat!

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