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Old July 1st 03, 01:59 PM
kaeli
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Is there anyone her that this that declawing is something that I should not
have done?


Only pretty much everyone who posts to this group. *G*

http://www.stopdeclaw.com

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Old July 1st 03, 01:59 PM
kaeli
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In article , 1234
@org.com.net shared the illuminating thought...
Is there anyone her that this that declawing is something that I should not
have done?


Only pretty much everyone who posts to this group. *G*

http://www.stopdeclaw.com

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Kill millions and you are a conqueror.
Kill everyone and you are God.
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Old August 5th 03, 09:50 AM
Devlin Tay
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"Linda Terrell" wrote in message
news:epxRkhlUwRo0-pn2-

Have several scratching posts around -- the kind with the rope
works best.


Yeah, they work really well. And kitty's claws will peel off regularly (the
old outer surface just sorta moulds as the younger tissue grows and pushes
out from underneath) when she uses the scratching posts, so clipping isn't
usually a problem when the kitty has, and regularly uses, a suitable
scratching post.

Devlin
Perth, Australia


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Old August 5th 03, 09:50 AM
Devlin Tay
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"Linda Terrell" wrote in message
news:epxRkhlUwRo0-pn2-

Have several scratching posts around -- the kind with the rope
works best.


Yeah, they work really well. And kitty's claws will peel off regularly (the
old outer surface just sorta moulds as the younger tissue grows and pushes
out from underneath) when she uses the scratching posts, so clipping isn't
usually a problem when the kitty has, and regularly uses, a suitable
scratching post.

Devlin
Perth, Australia


 




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