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Old January 1st 04, 12:52 AM
He Who Walks
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Default Another cat saved by declawing.

My cat (DQB) had been tearing up my furniture (as well as my patience)
by clawing everything, particularly when I would have to be being out
of town for two or three days at a time.

My friends Ken and Kathy told me about the success they had with
declawing their equally destructive cat so I thought I would give it a
try. I only had the front ones done, as DQB was not doing much with
the back ones.

DQB walked gingerly for about a week or two, but since then no
problems.

The owner (moi) is much happier now.

Another cat saved from the knackers.

Thank you Jesus for seeing DQB through the brief recovery and helping
me have the perservance .... Amen!

CW2004
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Old January 1st 04, 01:27 AM
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He Who Walks wrote:

My cat (DQB) had been tearing up my furniture (as well as my patience)
by clawing everything, particularly when I would have to be being out
of town for two or three days at a time.


Troll, right?

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Old January 1st 04, 08:27 AM
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"Suzie-Q" wrote in message
...
He Who Walks wrote:

My cat (DQB) had been tearing up my furniture (as well as my patience)
by clawing everything, particularly when I would have to be being out
of town for two or three days at a time.


Troll, right?

Must be a troll. Everyone knows that furniture is a lot more important than
the health and inherent dignity of an animal. I suppose the original poster
had his or her fingers snipped off at the first knuckle at the same time. I
so hate those scratches fingernails make in the paint of my Mercedes around
the door handles.

Figure this any way you want, mutilating a cat to preserve furniture is NOT
humane! If you can't have a cat in original conditon in your precious house
you don't deserve to have a cat with you.

The "out of town for two or three days" is probably a tip-off. Right.
Troll. I'm stupid to even reply.

Alan




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Old January 1st 04, 11:33 PM
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On Wed, 31 Dec 2003 15:52:24 -0800, He Who Walks wrote:

My cat (DQB) had been tearing up my furniture (as well as my patience)
by clawing everything, particularly when I would have to be being out
of town for two or three days at a time.


As a reminder, ladies and gentlemen, please do not feed the trolls.

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Old January 2nd 04, 02:01 AM
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Just another sick troll who wants to get attention by promoting the
disgusting and abusive practice of declawing. He should change his user name
from "He Who Walks" to "He Who Walks With Shame."

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"He Who Walks" wrote in message
om...
My cat (DQB) had been tearing up my furniture (as well as my patience)
by clawing everything, particularly when I would have to be being out
of town for two or three days at a time.

My friends Ken and Kathy told me about the success they had with
declawing their equally destructive cat so I thought I would give it a
try. I only had the front ones done, as DQB was not doing much with
the back ones.

DQB walked gingerly for about a week or two, but since then no
problems.

The owner (moi) is much happier now.

Another cat saved from the knackers.

Thank you Jesus for seeing DQB through the brief recovery and helping
me have the perservance .... Amen!

CW2004



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Old January 3rd 04, 03:47 AM
IcuGuy
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Hey, I'm a member of
PETA
People
Eating
Tasty
Animals

"Alan Sandoval" wrote in message
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"Suzie-Q" wrote in message
...
He Who Walks wrote:

My cat (DQB) had been tearing up my furniture (as well as my patience)
by clawing everything, particularly when I would have to be being out
of town for two or three days at a time.


Troll, right?

Must be a troll. Everyone knows that furniture is a lot more important

than
the health and inherent dignity of an animal. I suppose the original

poster
had his or her fingers snipped off at the first knuckle at the same time.

I
so hate those scratches fingernails make in the paint of my Mercedes

around
the door handles.

Figure this any way you want, mutilating a cat to preserve furniture is

NOT
humane! If you can't have a cat in original conditon in your precious

house
you don't deserve to have a cat with you.

The "out of town for two or three days" is probably a tip-off. Right.
Troll. I'm stupid to even reply.

Alan




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Old January 4th 04, 09:17 PM
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Ah another troll comes out from the darkness to expose himself. Either that
or it is the same troll using a different account to make himself look like
a supporter of the OP. Girlie-boy? How original. Got any other boring or
non-original words to use? Don't feed the trolls.

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Old February 16th 04, 09:11 AM
Mark Healey
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On Wed, 31 Dec 2003 23:52:24 UTC, (He Who
Walks) wrote:

My cat (DQB) had been tearing up my furniture (as well as my patience)
by clawing everything, particularly when I would have to be being out
of town for two or three days at a time.

My friends Ken and Kathy told me about the success they had with
declawing their equally destructive cat so I thought I would give it a
try. I only had the front ones done, as DQB was not doing much with
the back ones.

DQB walked gingerly for about a week or two, but since then no
problems.

The owner (moi) is much happier now.

Another cat saved from the knackers.

Thank you Jesus for seeing DQB through the brief recovery and helping
me have the perservance .... Amen!


I don't know if this guy is a troll or not but I've been seriously
considering it. I have a couch at the upholstery guys place right
now.
I told him to make some pieces that go over the arms from the scrap
but that is a temporary measure. I'm not home to be Joe vigilant
training them not to scratch. They have a cat stand that they ignore.
They have torn up my box spring, the above mentioned couch, a $100
leather covered book.

That is all live-with-able. What isn't is that one likes to scratch
my Mame-cab at night. It is pretty much a Formica covered hollow box.
There isn't much damage but it is all kinds of noisy and he seems to
only like to do it when I am just starting to doze off.

I would like the pros and cons without a bunch of high abstractions
about mutilating their natural form (they are already eunuchs).

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Old February 16th 04, 03:05 PM
Judy F
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If you declaw a cat (aside from ethical issues) they often develop other
habbits like biting, and urinating outside their boxes. These are habits
that you might find more annoying and "un live-with-able" than the original
problem.
Judy F

"Mark Healey" wrote in message
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On Wed, 31 Dec 2003 23:52:24 UTC, (He Who
Walks) wrote:

My cat (DQB) had been tearing up my furniture (as well as my patience)
by clawing everything, particularly when I would have to be being out
of town for two or three days at a time.

My friends Ken and Kathy told me about the success they had with
declawing their equally destructive cat so I thought I would give it a
try. I only had the front ones done, as DQB was not doing much with
the back ones.

DQB walked gingerly for about a week or two, but since then no
problems.

The owner (moi) is much happier now.

Another cat saved from the knackers.

Thank you Jesus for seeing DQB through the brief recovery and helping
me have the perservance .... Amen!


I don't know if this guy is a troll or not but I've been seriously
considering it. I have a couch at the upholstery guys place right
now.
I told him to make some pieces that go over the arms from the scrap
but that is a temporary measure. I'm not home to be Joe vigilant
training them not to scratch. They have a cat stand that they ignore.
They have torn up my box spring, the above mentioned couch, a $100
leather covered book.

That is all live-with-able. What isn't is that one likes to scratch
my Mame-cab at night. It is pretty much a Formica covered hollow box.
There isn't much damage but it is all kinds of noisy and he seems to
only like to do it when I am just starting to doze off.

I would like the pros and cons without a bunch of high abstractions
about mutilating their natural form (they are already eunuchs).

--
Mark Heaely
marknews(at)healeyonline(dot)com



 




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