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General Health, Wellness, & Spirituality Questions Hey.. are you new to the health & fitness lifestyle? Then this sub-forum is for you. Inside is a slew of pertinent tips and explanations to speed you on your way. Enjoy! The forum has been dedicated to the memory of a now deceased friend of the NarkSide: David "Mavsluva" Lowe. He was an inspiration for many of us here in the community. This forum serves to continue the work which David started: To unite the Spirit, Mind, and Body... in the pursuit of the improvement of self. R.I.P. David. We love you man. You'll always be with us.

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Old 11-24-2015
KimmyMarkks KimmyMarkks is offline
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I personally am not a fan of de-clawing a cat. I think it takes their means of natural protection away from them. However, that being said, I never had a violent cat or a cat destroy my home with their claws.

I think de-clawing a cat is a fine line to cross. Your cat may become spiteful against you (I saw it happen to my friend's sister's cat).

Could you just trim your cats claws instead of removing them all together?
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I have one cat that is declawed and not shy isn't. The one that is declawed was that way when I adopted him. I would never have an animal declawed because I think it is cruel and unnecessary. They can't protect themselves. You can buy claw overs to but on their claws so they don't damage your furniture. My other cat I cut his naiks and he doesn't mind it at all.
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