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Declawing cats

Kimmyqitty

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#32
Past kitties were always declawed at a very young age. They were fine. Very well behaved and no psychological problems. On the other hand, my last kitty, before now, was not declawed and he did not destroy any of my furniture because we got him the appropriate scratching posts. He was happy to stick with them. Of course we had to do a little training on behalf of the furniture. :)
 

Kimmyqitty

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#33
What I mean by before now, is my little "Blue" had to be put to sleep at the young age of year and a half cause he had FIP. But as for my new Savannah babies, I have chosen not to de-claw them. I will train them as to what they can and can not scratch on. And "Yes" it is sooooo do-able. I did it with my baby Blue. My man and I work very well together in the training of our kitties, and "Yes, again" they do learn, and they do listen! We are blessed :)