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Old June 12th 06, 06:22 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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Default Declawing

There has been and still is a lot of controversy over declawing. Some
vets say it is okay, others
contend that there are many problems associated with declawing.

After reading about this subject, I can say that it is not something
that I wish to put
my cats through. I came across a good resource at - why does my cat do
that .com (I think it's
all run together). Anyway, I am new to the group and I like cats.

I am interested in hearing about declawing experiences.

JR

 




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