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Cat declawing just front know anywhere that isn\'t outrageously priced??
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Livey in Sinking Spring, PA.Posted: June 27th, 2017 09:06PM
Breed: Type of Procedure: Declaw
Need to have my 2 yr old cat declawed. Unfortunately where I live they are now making it mandatory. My vet I currently use wants over $450. I really can't afford that. I'm currently dealing with medical issues myself and getting chemo etc. But I don't wanna lose my cat he's my sons best buddy and he has helped him so much with me being sick. I live in Sinking spring PA. Any ideas I would greatly appreciate it so so much. I've been making so many calls and getting nowhere. Thank u
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Declawing
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Posted by: Golden Angel in Holt, MI.Posted: April 12th, 2017 06:04AM
Breed: Gold TabbyType of Procedure: Declawing
My 6 yr old Tabby uses his paws to eat believe it or not. Does the same with his water. He's very loving & kind. How ever landlady said " Declaw or else" well I afford have fur baby declawed. I've him 8wks as I said he's on 7yrs now. What I do? I also can't afford move this time. He also ESA. Need help to have this done. : (
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Cat declawing
Amount: $150.00
Posted by: Cat declaw prices and places in Greenville, NC.Posted: February 21st, 2017 06:02PM
Breed: CatType of Procedure: Declawing
The less expensive place?
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cat declawing
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Posted by: Good Kitty Mother in Norton, MA.Posted: December 19th, 2016 09:12AM
Breed: shorthair mixedType of Procedure: not laser method
I had my two girls declawed when I had them spayed about 20 years ago. I don't remember the cost but whatever I spent, it was well worth it! I rented at the time and my landlady told me that they had to be declawed or out they went! The procedure was done and they recovered pretty quickly with no ill effects afterward. They both lived long, healthy, happy lives and were indoor kitties always. I just adopted two feral kitties (both under a year old) recently and when I asked my (same) vet about declawing, she said "they" are trying to move away from that practice. I adopted these kitties on the assumption that I would have them declawed. Several years ago I had breast cancer which included lymph node removal. As a results, I must be very careful to avoid injuries, scratches and infections. Let's get real, here! I think it would be more cruel to give these kitties away and have them end up ?? than to have them declawed. This area is overflowing with feral cats, as it is!
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Cat Declawing
Amount: $85.00
Posted by: Oh for Pete's Sake in Sioux Center, IA.Posted: November 8th, 2016 02:11PM
Breed: MuttType of Procedure: Declaw
We took in a stray many years ago. We had her declawed right away. She brought much joy to our home and we never had one lick of trouble with her. She was a very happy cat. Well adjusted. Great personality. No health problems whatsoever. She climbed trees and caught birds and mice with no trouble. I'd declaw again in a heartbeat. I don't understand how people say spaying and neutering is a good thing for the animals. It has to hurt just as much if not more than declawing and it's done for the benefit of humans - not the animals. It's become insane how off-base some folks have become about animals and what they THINK is good for them....
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Virginia and North Carolina
Amount: $85.00
Posted by: ML in FREDERICKSBURG, VA.Posted: July 16th, 2016 06:07AM
Breed: SiameseType of Procedure: Declaw
The cheapest declaw Vets priI found between VA and NC are
Monelison Vet, VA $185
Emporia Vet Hospital, VA $103 -$130
Tall Oaks Vet, NC $85
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Declawing is torture!!!
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Posted by: Peanut77 in Rochester, NY.Posted: June 30th, 2016 09:06AM
Breed: CatType of Procedure: Declawing
You're all horrible people if you get your cat declawed!!!! If you don't want to get scratched or have your furniture torn up...DON'T GET A CAT!!! It's very simple!!! I don't care if your cat didn't have any problems after...How would you like the tips of your fingers cut off??!!! I have several cats and one of them has torn up me and my furniture but I chose to have him and would never mutilate him!!! I'm so glad that N.Y.had banned it!! There is a reason there's a ban on it!!!!!
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Cat Declaw
Amount: $105.00
Posted by: M.L. in Fredericksburg, VA.Posted: June 28th, 2016 08:06AM
Breed: SiameseType of Procedure: Declaw
My cats are shredding the arms of my new sofa chair. I have tried soft claws from Petsmart but my Siamese kitty just rips them off. I just about called every Vet in the state of Virginia that performs cat declaws. The two most affordable telephone price quotes were from:
Emporia Animal Hospital - $105 - $130
715 North Main Street, Emporia, VA
Monelison Animal Clinic - $185
143 Highview Drive
Madison Heights, VA
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look for a place in westminster/surrounding area
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Posted by: moma seta in Westminster, MD.Posted: May 19th, 2016 09:05AM
Breed: house catType of Procedure: de-clawing
I love my cat very much and I really didn't want to do this procedure,but,she clawing up my trim,furniture and my husband.I trim her nails but, that does seem to work cause with-in no time she has them sharp again.{Please help,tell me of a place reasonable.
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BUY NAIL CAPS. DONT DECLAW!!
Amount: $10.00
Posted by: brikitty in Seattle, WA.Posted: November 17th, 2015 05:11AM
Breed: ANYType of Procedure: NONE
I recently took in a stray and it's my first time encountering a declawed cat and I think it's beyond messed up. HELLO!!! They make NAIL CAPS that you simply glue on and re-apply however often.
Declawing, now thats some bull. What if your cat accidently gets outside? Like I said, **i recently took in a STRAY**. You guys are horrible. DONT GET A CAT IF YOU ARE THAT WORRIED ABOUT SOMETHING GETTING IN CONTACT WITH ITS NAILS, PERIOD.
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Evil cat
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Posted by: Fur baby momma in Monroe, MI.Posted: October 31st, 2015 04:10PM
Breed: DomesticType of Procedure: Declawing
To all those saying that declawing is only for the human, I disagree! All 3 of my boys (ages 12, 10 and 6 years old) have had their front claws out. As that was primarily for the salvation of my carpeting and furniture they are all fine. No behavior issues, backs left in case they get out. The issue is the youngest which is a newer female. She is approx 4-5 years old and mean as a snake! She was not raised in a friendly environment as a kitten prior to coming to us. And though she does use the scratching posts, she does not hesitate to use all four paws (and teeth if she feels the need) on anyone in the house. I can not brush her or clip her nails without ending up bleeding. With all the gental loving and care she has calmed quite a bit in the years we have had her. I am not turning her over to a shelter and as she has become my snuggle buddy my only option to save our flesh (and the other cats/dogs) is have all 4 sets of claws removed. Sorry for those that disagree but not your choice
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