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Why Cat Claw Removal Is Cruel

Cats use their claws for a number of purposes. The claws are essential to cats, as they are a necessary part of balancing. If you’ve ever noticed a cat jumping and latching on to a high object, you’ve probably pointed out that he uses his claws to pull himself up. When climbing trees, cats tend to use their claws to latch onto the bark and climb towards their destination.

Cats also employ their claws for stretching out, strolling, and jogging as well. The claws are also a cat’s source of defense against other animals and humans as well. Most cats keep their claws extremely sharp, as their claws and teeth are essentially their only weapons. The claws are also important for utilizing the washroom as well, as cats give them a try to cover their mess with dirt.

Cats also use their claws to scratch things, which mark their territory. Their claws have glands, which include a secretion. When they leave their mark on something, the secretion is transferred to the area they scratched. This is detectable to other cats although not to humans. Often times, they will also scratch something to get rid of the older claw that will fall off and give them a brand new claw that resides underneath.

As sad as it is, a lot of pet keepers opt to put their own possessions above their cat, like their expensive furniture or carpets. These cat owners are scared that they cat will ruin their furniture or carpet, and therefore will opt to get their cat de-clawed. Getting a cat’s claws taking away is a surgical operation, one that can just be performed by a veterinarian. The owner will have to have a good reason though, as a veterinarian will not do the operation just to keep one’s furniture or carpet protected.

If you’ve been thinking of getting your cat de-clawed, you should recognize that the process can totally change his personality. Once the cat is de-clawed, he will be in pain and confused. He may not be able to jump in the window or on the couch, and he may not be in a position to play like he once did. Some cats, later being de-clawed, tend to get aggressive and bite with their teeth. To create a long story short, the cat will be completely miserable – that is a hard thing to bear for those who love their cats.

Those who make up your mind to own cats ought to know that a cat can scratch occasionally. If someone isn’t ready to manage that fact, they should not own a cat to begin with. Cats are perfect companions, although they do have claws and they will try them from time to time. There are loads of other great pets out there, if you aren’t up for dealing with cat. If you are just worried about your furniture or carpet, there are techniques that you can keep your cat from scratching on your belongings.

The first thing to do is to get your cat a scratching post and tell him where it is and how to use it. You can also get a rush mat as well, which will help your cat with his instincts to scratch. You may have to demonstrate how to make use of the mat or the post initially, although your cat should catch onto it quick. As soon as you have established him the ropes, he will scratch on the post or the mat – and not your furniture or your carpet.

Although many don’t comprehend it, there are various ways to protect your things apart from getting your cat de-clawed. Obtaining a cat’s claws taking away is very agonizing and puzzling to the cat, and could totally change his outlook on things. Before you make up one’s mind to take the inhumane path of getting your cat de-clawed, you should delve into your other available alternatives- your cat will like these options much better.

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This post was written by Noel D'Costa on September 26, 2010

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