What about Soft Paws nail caps? I can tell you as a former groomer, a declawed cat is more likely to bite. Please reconsider, or re-home the cat if she’s not right for you.
emmyinabox said: Since you put YOUR FACE out there for discussion, let me give you my unasked-for-opinion that it’s pretty neat.
hellopoodle said: You put it out there for discussion. Because of my profession, I’ve seen what declawing does to cats psychologically. Declawing and docking tails and ears is banned in many countries. Your cat deserved better.
pixystitches said: We were going to declaw The Cheez because she has a skin condition that meant she was clawing chunks of flesh from her throat. We couldn’t in the end because she was too sick, but DAMMED if anyone else’s opinion was worth dick. ffs.