San Francisco has proposed banning declawing cats. A caseworker from PETA said, “declawing can lead to behavior problems, making cats more prone to biting because they feel insecure. They may also avoid their litter boxes because they feel the need to mark their territory and because the litter is uncomfortable on their paws.” Legislators feel it is mutilating the animal for the convenience of the owner. West Hollywood banned declawing cats in 2003.
Delawing a cat is equivalent to amputating the human finger at the first knuckle. If declawing is the only option next to getting rid of your pet, it’s understandable but it should never be used as a first option nor should other options not be explored such as protecting your furniture from the pet.
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